Whether you’re a Town Mouse or a Country Mouse, your fence plays a vital role in securing your property. Commercial, rural or industrial? It doesn’t matter: if you value your assets, you need to protect them. And the best place to start is the fence.
Here are 3 things that all of these fencing situations have in common:
The fence is your first line of defense when it comes to protecting your property. In fact, in many situations, the mere presence of a physical barrier is enough to deter trespassers. Where stronger measures are needed, anti-climb and anti-penetration fencing can prevent intruders entering or dangerous personnel leaving the property.
The fence itself provides a structure to which very complex security systems can be mounted. Electronic recording equipment, cameras, razar tape, sensors, alarms, PE beams and entry control measures… the list of options goes on!
Security fencing doesn’t stop at the boundary line. It can be used to barricade off and prevent/ control entry to any property including factories, office blocks, storage yards, natural hazards (eg: swimming pools, waterways, dams, cliff faces etc) high traffic areas or chemical storage. By erecting a fence and monitoring who enters and exits each zone of your property, you can maintain control over every area of your assets and protect yourself, your family, your employees, and the general public. As a responsible property owner, it’s your responsibility to make sure your place is safe at all times.
Defines your Boundary
If you are like most of us, your home or commercial property is probably your biggest single asset. Whether it’s a farm, a home in town or a plot in an industrial estate, it means a lot and you want to make sure everyone knows exactly where our land stops and starts. After all, who wants to find out years down the track that they’ve lost part of their land due to squatters rights?!
Erecting a boundary fence allows you and everyone else to see exactly what belongs to who. It provides a tangible barrier between you and your neighbors and provides that extra level of privacy.
Good fencing can add real value to your property, whether it’s rural, commercial or private. As well as upping the curbside appeal, your security fence is a genuine asset when it comes to selling your property – that extra level of protection is worth big dollars in the eyes of your potential buyer.
A good security fence can also help to lower your insurance rates because it will help prevent burglary and vandalism – now, that could well be a big ticket saver!
At Australian Security Fencing, we understand the benefits of fencing in any given situation. And we know what it takes to secure your property and add value to your investment. Call us today on 1800 666 927 and talk to one of our friendly team members. You’ve got the property, we’ve got a fence for it!