Uses of Fencing

  • Fencing is a barrier enclosing or bordering a field, yard, etc., usually made of posts and wire or wood, used to prevent entrance, to confine, or to mark a boundary. We can use fences according to our need like some people want to control their livestock so they made a fence for them some time people want some privacy so they use fencing to avoid trans passers some time fencing is being used to control mod at ticket counters or many more uses of the in this article, we are going to discuss different uses offense and their types.


    1.    Crowd control in different events- When installing temporary fencing brisbane around festivals or large events, it is important the installation is coordinated to allow perimeters to be set so other work can commence e.g staging, marquis etc...Once the area has been marked out all material is placed crowd Control Barriers. Our metal crowd control barriers are made of high quality galvanized steel, and have been designed to provide a temporary safety barrier. Crowd control barriers are ideal for supplying pedestrian traffic management in busy or heavily crowded areas’ in designated areas where there is a step by step process to install the fence.


    2.    Makeshift Fields - If you are using a temporary field for your next sporting event or you have multiple sporting events going on at the same time, you can separate those events with portable fences. You can also use the fences to create the softball/baseball field itself, outline a soccer field and create boundaries for a field hockey game.


    3.    Block access to construction sites- A construction site can become hazardous and dangerous the moment safety measures are ignored.  A construction site poses several dangers, which leaves us wondering. Fencing will fend off trespassers from accessing the building site and also provide security for the construction materials. Those trespassing the site can easily be injured, and that can lead to a legal tussle. Fencing of the construction site is a mandatory requirement in most places hence it is necessary to avoid potential legal actions against you.


    4.    Tickets and admission - When an event requires organizers to collect an admission fee, it is important that access to the event is blocked off so that attendees know the proper entrance. Portable fences can be used to block access to your event and guide attendees to the ticket booth for proper admission.


    5.    In farms- Electric fencing provides great flexibility and exists with fairly low maintenance if constructed properly. It is also a fairly inexpensive option, regardless of what you need to fence in (or out). Electric fence is effective largely because it offers the same type of reaction that livestock are accustomed to in a herd environment


    6.    To control livestock -In agriculture, fences are used to keep animals in or out of an area. They can be made from a wide variety of materials, depending on terrain, location, and animals to be confined. Most agricultural fencing averages about 4 feet (1.2 m) high, and in some places, the height and construction of fences designed to hold livestock is mandated by law. Sheep, goats, pigs, and poultry are difficult to contain. They climb, dig or fly through many fences, so for years woven wire has been the choice for these animals. It’s also favored by many horse owners—as horses are less likely to get tangled in woven wire than in barbed wire—and because of its sturdy character, it’s often used for corrals and night-holding pens in areas with predator problems.


    7.    For privacy-Privacy is a big issue for middle-sized gardens, because high hedges and fences block light. But low hedges and fences mean you can see and hear your neighbors. And your ideal fence height may not be your neighbor’s ideal fence height. But installing fences for privacy is not just about height. You can increase your privacy by positioning screening in the right place in your garden.