Choosing The Right Fencing

We install and maintain a range of metal fencing solutions, which can be used in a multitude of situations. If you require further information or advice on metal fencing, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Chain Link Fencing

Chain link fencing has been popular for decades due to its low cost and versatility. This type of metal fencing is suitable for low security applications where boundary demarcation is the main purpose, as it easily adapts to uneven ground.

Chain link fencing can be mounted on steel or concrete posts with or without additional security features, such as extensions for barbed wire.

Palisade Metal Fencing

Palisade fencing became extremely popular in the 1980s as it typically takes around twice as long to cut through as chain link fencing, although its climb-resistance factor is about the same. The vertical pales of the a palisade fence come in a range of shapes, from round-topped to a splayed multi-point form.

Available in different thicknesses and profiles, palisade metal fencing can also be powder coated in any RAL colour, thus providing a more attractive finish.

Vertical Bar Fencing

Vertical bar fencing is similar in concept to palisade fencing, but is less visually obtrusive and provides a slightly higher level of security. Purchase and installation costs tend to be higher than for comparable palisade fencing due to the increased manufacturing cost.

Welded Wire Mesh Fencing

Welded wire mesh fencing provides the most secure type of metal fencing solutions. It takes many times longer to cut through thatn most alternatives and can be significantly harder to scale due to the lack of hand and foot holds presented by the small mesh sizes available.

This type of metal fencing is usually galvanised to provide a long-lasting finish, and powder coating can be used on top to add colour. Although the top of the welded mesh panel can provide only limited anti-climb features, toppings can be mounted on to the supporting posts to increase security.