Security. The primary purpose of security fencing is…well, security. Fencing is part of the infrastructure that safeguards your operations, products and employees from vandals and other unwanted intruders. And you can select the type of fencing according to the level of security your business requires.
Safety. Security fencing helps ensure the safety of your site. This means the safety of employees and other people moving around your site. And the safety of the general public and wildlife, which may pose a risk to themselves and your operations should they be able to freely access your site.
Access control. Gates and fences give you control over who accesses your site. If your site contains multiple departments and offices, you can control who goes where and make sure everyone is where they should be. Security fencing also helps provide privacy for your operations.
Long-term, value-for-money protection. Security fencing is more hard-wearing than standard fencing as it is designed to withstand severe weather conditions and doesn’t rust or corrode easily. Furthermore, if you choose good quality, it requires minimal maintenance, keeping repair costs to a minimum.
Appealing aesthetics. First impressions count, and your fencing is one of the first things that visitors see when they arrive at your premises. And with the proper fencing product finish, your security fencing will look as good as it performs. In addition, your fencing can be coated and painted so that it conforms to company or brand guidelines.