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Avoid these Residential Security Fencing Mistakes

Here are some common mistakes that people make when getting a security fence, and what you can do to avoid them.

There are many reasons why a security fence could be a good investment for your residential property. But when it comes to perimeter protection for your home, there is a right and wrong way to go about it. Here are some common mistakes that people make when getting a security fence and what you can do to avoid them.

Mistake 1: Thwarted By Height Restrictions

Unlike a commercial or high-security fence, you might run into some problems when getting a fence for your home. And the most common obstacle is height restrictions. The mistake many people make when getting a residential security fence is that they let the height restrictions negate all of the benefits. For example, a high-security fence with anti-climb features like razor wire could be made easy to get over once you’re forced to take it’s height down and eliminate the features on top. Instead, think of your security from the ground up. If you get chain link, then you can invest in a type with smaller mesh that makes it impossible to get a foothold. And if you aren’t allowed to use razor wire, then you can get a steel fence topped with decorative spikes to discourage intruders.

Mistake 2: Providing Cover for Intruders

The great paradox of residential fencing is finding the right level of privacy. Especially for wood fences, which are comparatively easy to get past compared to metal ones, if you are completely blocked from outside view, then it can make it that much easier to break into your house once a thief gets on the other side of your fence.

Mistake 3: Forgetting Added Features

Although a security fence is a great addition to your home, don’t make the mistake of thinking that a fence alone will be all you’ll need. Depending on your location, you should consider other security measures. At the very least, you should make sure that your gate is secured. It should be the same height as your fence and locked properly, either with a manual lock or a digital passcode. You can also consider adding lighting, an intercom system, video surveillance, and more.

Contact Hercules GSA Today For Your High Security Fence

Whether you need a commercial or a high security fence, Hercules Fence GSA can do the job for you. We have been providing professional, quality service since 1955 and work to uphold our reputation everyday. We have locations across the Maryland and Washington Metropolitan area and are ready to cater to your fencing needs. Give us a call at (410)-799-1555 or contact us online. You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pinterest for more updates!

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