Do You Need Temporary Fencing?

If you plan to renovate your property in the upcoming months, you may want to protect the property from vandals, animals, and other problems until you do so. But if you don't want to install a fence around the property just yet, you may choose to renovate your property sooner than expected. Rather than rush through your renovations, install a temporary fence around your property instead. Learn more about temporary fencing and which one to choose for your property below. 

What Is a Temporary Fence?

A temporary fence is a structure that surrounds or barricades a piece of land or property for a short amount of time. A temporary fence generally comes with the same or similar features as a traditional fence, including posts and gates. But unlike a traditional fence, which remains fixed in place, you can change, move, or relocate a temporary fence to suit your needs.

You can find a wide range of temporary fencing to meet your needs, including chain-link panels. Chain-link panel fences, also known as fencing panels, look similar to the fencing used to protect tennis courts, construction sites, and other public places. The panels range in size, height, and weight, including heavy-duty and lightweight. 

The fences also use weighted concrete or steel bases, or anchors, to keep them placed on the ground. The bases also prevent the fences from toppling over when pushed or exposed to heavy winds and rain. 

If you think a temporary fence is something you can use for your property, consult a fencing supplier or contractor today. 

How Do You Install a Temporary Fence?

A fencing supplier or contractor will need to measure the perimeter of your property before they can recommend the right temporary fence to you. The panels must be tall and wide enough to cover every area of your property without compromising its safety. After a supplier or contractor obtains the proper measurements of your property, they'll help you select the fencing panels you need for it. 

You'll also need to choose the bases for your fencing panels. If you plan to place your temporary fence on grass, you may want to choose anchor blocks for it. Anchor blocks come in bright colors or with features that allow them to stand out against dark colors and terrains. The bases may also reduce damage to your grass. If needed, a supplier or contractor will assist you with the selection of your bases.

For more information about temporary fencing, consult a supplier today.