Palisade fencing offers a host of benefits for industrial premises. As well as offering an extremely high level of security, it’s exceptionally durable and can last for many years before it needs to be replaced. Many business owners head straight for palisade fencing solutions when they need something dependable and secure that will deter would-be thieves. RTC Fencing can help if you’re seeking palisade fencing in Birmingham, Nottingham, or Leicester.
Palisade fencing is constructed using two horizontal running rails attached to vertical joists. Various different heights are available to meet your needs, with the most security-conscious customers opting for fencing that’s 3m in height. Vertical joists tend to come in ‘D’ and ‘W’ shapes, with ‘W’ being the most popular. The fencing can form an inaccessible barrier which makes unauthorised access extremely difficult, if not impossible.
The appearance of palisade fencing is usually enough to deter intruders and trespassers. Not only it is incredibly high and difficult to climb due to the lack of footholds, but the joists can also come with points. Some joists even have triple points. Intruders and trespassers risk injuring themselves if they do attempt to climb over the fencing.
Palisade fencing can also have square and rounded finishing. Although this design may not be as daunting to potential intruders, it can still make them think twice. Many people opt for this type of finishing because they believe it is more visually appealing. Palisade fencing has been used for centuries to keep property and land secure. Even the ancient Romans and Greeks used fencing similar to this style. As palisade fencing doesn’t have footholds, it is incredibly difficult to climb.
To make your fencing even more secure, you can add an alarm system that alerts you if someone does decide to attempt to climb over. CCTV systems can also give you vital evidence for holding people to account and ensuring justice is served if they try to trespass on your property. There are several steps you can take to make your industrial premises even more secure once your palisade fencing is installed. You can also add barbed wire, electric pulse fencing, rotating toppings, and razor wire. We can help you find solutions that make attempts at illegal entry onto your premises incredibly unlikely.
At RTC Fencing, we have years of experience to draw upon when it comes to manufacturing and supplying palisade fencing solutions. We can work closely alongside you to ensure you’re able to access a solution that meets your needs. More and more industrial business owners are choosing us over the competition when they need robust palisade fencing of the highest standard.
Most palisade fencing is made from steel. As steel is incredibly durable and hard to break down, it is the ideal choice for security-conscious business owners. If you don’t want to head down the steel route, you can choose from other materials, including wooden planks. Steel and wooden fencing can also be painted to make it more aesthetically pleasing. At RTC Fencing, we understand that the appearance of your fencing is important to you, and that’s why we’ll do all we can to make sure it looks how you want it to.
Palisade fencing is used in all sorts of commercial settings. It is used to protect factories, warehouse, farms, schools and more. Another great reason for purchasing palisade fencing is that is it allows you to see what’s happening on the other side of the fence. If you spot people loitering outside your premises who appear to be up to no good, you can ask them to move on or report their behaviour. Palisade fencing can provide valuable peace of mind, making you, your staff and any site visitors feel much more secure.
You can even add specialised finishing to your fencing to make it last for longer. Some business owners opt to galvanise and coat their fencing with epoxy to enhance longevity. When rails become damaged, you can easily replace them.
Most maintenance work simply consists of checking for loose screws and bolts. Palisade fencing can also be installed very quickly, so you can have your solution up and running in no time at all. You shouldn’t need special permission from your local authority to have palisade fencing installed. Quality palisade fencing can stand up to whatever the climate can throw it at it, serving you well twelve months of the year.
It’s very important that palisade fencing is installed by highly experienced professionals. If fences are installed by someone who doesn’t have sufficient skill and experience, you may find yourself spending more time and money putting it right. Make sure installers have CSCS cards so you know they are fully trained and qualified to complete this work. They should also use suitable tooling and aggregates when installing your fencing.
Two methods are used for palisade fencing installation. Soft dig sees fencing installed into soil or grass and only requires a small amount of labour and specialist tooling. With hard dig installation, fencing is placed into concrete or tarmac, with the ground being broken before work takes place. This requires more labour, so you will need to pay more. However, this is regarded as more secure than the soft dig option.
We have been in the business for several years and have helped companies from a wealth of industries to source the dependable, robust solutions that you require. We can provide bespoke solutions that mean your fencing is tailored to your specific requirements and are only happy when you are totally satisfied with the end result. Our work is also guaranteed to deliver the peace of mind that you require.
Don’t hesitate to get in touch to learn more about why it makes so much sense to opt for industrial palisade fencing. We are incredibly confident that we can deliver the satisfaction you desire. There is no need to head elsewhere when you require tough palisade fencing in Birmingham, Nottingham or Leicester. Find out more today by sending an email to email@example.com or by calling us on 0800 086 2517. Why not ask for your free quotation today?