When you are looking to invest in a security fence for your property, then you have probably considered man options, like the construction materials. But what the fence is made of isn’t the only thing that’s important. You will also have several designs to consider. Here are some of the best design options that you could have for your security fence.
If your property has changing elevation, then staggered fencing could be useful. A staggered fence is made up of multiple sections that can be installed at varying heights across the ground. You can also have the pickets of each section topped with spikes to prevent climbing. Staggered fencing is ideal for following the slope of the ground while also maintaining durability, even against vehicular attacks. The only real downside of staggered pathway fencing is that it fails to offer much privacy.
A fence with security mesh is designed to enhance chain link by filling in the openings between the bars. Mesh is great for creating privacy, preventing climbing, and blocking out the occasional stay golf ball. Overall, mesh is a good choice except that it does not offer any added durability against impacts. However, mesh fences can absorb and redistribute some impacts.
This type of fence is made of heavy gauge wire that is difficult to cut. It is perhaps the most industrial option for commercial security fences. Additionally, the fence can be topped with barbed wire or razor wire to make it anti-climb. Institutional fencing is highly durable against most attacks and impacts, although it does not offer privacy or soundproofing.
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