Adding a fence to commercial property can be a big and daunting task for facility owners or managers. However, having that added privacy and security is well worth the investment. You can make the installation process much simpler if you look for these four things in your fencing design and service:
The right material.
Choosing the fencing material — vinyl, aluminum, chain link, or wood — makes all the difference when installing your commercial fence. Each has its own benefits and drawbacks, and you won’t know which one is right until you talk to your fencing contractor about specific needs and expectations.
Ease of maintenance.
Commercial fencing typically takes up much more yardage than a residential property. This means that maintenance of the fence, including pressure washing and repairs, can be much more time-consuming. This is why it’s important to choose a fencing material that will be easy to maintain for the perimeter of your entire facility.
Fencing can do more than add aesthetic appeal to your facility. It can create security for your entire property if built correctly. However, you don’t want a system that is too elaborate or difficult for employees to use. Talk to FloriFence about rolling gates, swipe card access, and alarm options for your fencing.
The right price.
Because commercial facilities have a lot more ground to cover, they can become pricey if you choose a high-end material. While we never recommend sacrificing quality for price, there are options to mix and match different fencing materials to lower the cost. If you want an aesthetically pleasing fence for your front entrance, and more affordable options for your back lot, we can make a custom fencing design that will suit your needs and your budget.
FloriFence makes it easy to find the right commercial fencing for you. To learn more about our services, contact the FloriFence office soon!