Rural Fences: Livestock, Vermin, Repairs, Expenses and More

Rural Fences: Livestock, Vermin, Repairs, Expenses and More

  • Why Fit Chain Mesh Fencing Around Playgrounds?

    There are plenty of different options available to fence off a playground from the area surrounding it. Palisade fencing, tubular steel fencing and overlapping timber fence panels are great options. However, in public realm spaces, chain mesh fencing will often be the preferred option. Why do so many schools and city play areas use mesh fencing to create a boundary around their perimeter? A See-Through Fence Unlike many types of timber fence, chain mesh fences can be seen through.

  • Considerations That Will Influence Your Choice Of Automated Gates

    More and more homeowners are gradually phasing out manual gates from their properties and this is not without reason. While not new to the market, automated gates have progressively become financially accessible to homeowners rather than them being exclusively employed at commercial spaces. When you contemplate the increased safety, ease of operation and visual appeal that the automated variety offer, it is unsurprising that you could be planning to install these types of gates on your property.

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Rural Fences: Livestock, Vermin, Repairs, Expenses and More

Fencing in a rural setting has to fill a lot more functions than a fence around a residential home. It has to keep your livestock, one of your biggest annual assets, safe. It also has to keep out vermin and possibly be electrified. Thanks to the sheer abundance of fencing on many rural properties, fence installation, upkeep, repair and replacement can also be expensive. Luckily, if you want tips on what you need or how to make it more affordable, I am here to help. Hi, my name is Nicki, and I love living out in the country. I also love writing so decided to put my knowledge about fences to use in this space.