Three Reasons You Should Use Commercial Fencing For Residential Property
Commercial fencing, such as chain link fencing, never looks as good around a private residential property as it does around a school playground or construction zone. So, why would you want to use it as a residential fence? The following reasons may convince you.
It Is Less Expensive Than Installing a Residential Fence
Residential fencing costs more and takes up more time to install than commercial fencing. Between cementing wooden posts in the ground, sliding the PVC posts over the tops of the wood posts, and connecting the PVC or wood fencing material to the posts, residential fencing is just too costly in materials and labor. If you need a fence to protect your property now, but you cannot afford residential fencing materials for quite some time to come, a commercial chain link fence is ideal.
It Is More Secure
Commercial fencing is difficult to climb over. It makes a lot of noise, which would alert you to the fact that someone is trying to climb over the fence into your yard. Commercial fencing can also be outfitted with electrical charges or barbed wire to discourage intruders and trespassers. While it is not the most decorative of fencing, commercial fencing is the most secure.
It Is the Fastest and Easiest to Install and Uninstall
If you put a chain link commercial fence around your property, the most time consumed is with securing the posts. from there it is a matter of minutes before the roll of chain links is unrolled and wrapped all the way along and around the posts. A few metal clips here and there, and it is done. If and when you can finally afford decorative residential fencing and you want to replace the fencing you have, simply reverse the installation process. It is so quick and easy to do.
Talk to and Hire a Commercial Fencing Contractor
If you want to try commercial chain link fencing for your property for a bit, you will need to speak to a fencing contractor. He or she will tell you how this type of fence is installed, and how it will be removed or replaced with any kind of fencing when you are ready. If you really do not want the posts installed in the ground, then they can be installed in five-quart pails so that the pails can be pulled out of the ground to make way for the wooden posts of your residential fencing later on.