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What Are the Main Uses for Temporary Fencing?

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An essential short-term security measure, temporary fencing can help provide a support to a range of properties and locations with ease. But with so many options available, it can be difficult to know how best to deploy them and where. So, what exactly is temporary fencing and what are the key uses for it for clients today?

What is temporary fencing?

Used for a wide range of purposes, temporary fencing is designed to be quick to erect, reliable, and easy to break down once the need for it is gone. Most models are made from chain link and interlock to allow for a modular build - letting them be used in a range of situations as you see fit.

When is it used?

Reliable and adaptable, temporary fencing has a range of common uses. These include, but are not limited to:

Construction: Temporary hoarding is an essential part of modern site security. Simple to transport and deploy, this can help you remain safety compliant, secure on-site areas, and redeploy the fencing as the project enters its different phases.

Security: Helpful for temporary VIP management, temporary fencing can help wall of certain areas and access points at events - helping to create a safe path of the individual to travel and allows for last minute changes to match their itinerary in the day’s schedule.

Crowd Management: One of the most common uses for temporary fencing, the use of vim barriers can help ensure the safety of multiple individuals while keeping people on both sides of the fence safe and sound. This can range from charity events, disaster relief, surrounding accidents, or being placed in any area where crowd control is a concern.

Policing and Crime Control: Fencing is often deployed in a range of security situations involving property or residential damage, with round top anti-climb fencing proving extremely popular. Fencing is a powerful deterrent for opportunistic criminals and encourage perpetrators to move on to an easier, risk-free target.

Space Management: If your project requires areas to be securely fenced off, hoarding can be a cost-effective and helpful way to control the zone of deployment. This includes moving animals, use in commercial builds, or sureing up gaps in your existing security while replacements or repairs are being undertaken.
 

What next?

If temporary fencing is vital part of for your personal or private work, our team at FOC are here to help. With over 30 years’ experience providing fencing solutions throughout the UK and Nationwide, we work with you to find a solution that suits your budget and specific requirements. If you want to learn more about our temporary fencing products for sale and hire, or if your project has unique specifications, please do not hesitate to contact us directly and let a member of our team know exactly what they can do to help.