Main Benefits You Get from Commercial Fencing

Main Benefits You Get from Commercial Chainwire Fencing Newcastle

You’ve invested a lot of money, time, and effort in growing your business. Now, you want to make sure it’s safeguarded from all kinds of risks. Given that your business now occupies a larger space, it’s definitely time to get your commercial property fenced.

Six benefits of fencing your business

1. Security

Your business is your lifeline. As it is your main source of income, you want to do anything and everything (legal) to protect your assets – from material possessions to personnel. Putting up a security fence is your first and best line of defence. Make sure your fence is strong, well-designed, and cost-efficient. Chainwire fences have all 3 qualities needed to properly secure your commercial property.

Supposing you have a warehouse containing vital stock, you would want a high chainwire fence or even 2 sets of fences. This assures you that they are well-protected from intruders.

Know more about the security benefits of chainwire fencing here.

You also have the option of having barbed wire placed on the top of your chainwire fence. Learn more about barbed wire fences here.

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2. Privacy

Installing a fence also provides privacy for your clients, especially if your business deals with confidential matters. By setting up a privacy fence, you send a message to your clients that their privacy and safety is of paramount importance. Some businesses that go for privacy fencing are law firms, accounting firms, and financial planners due to the sensitivity of their line of work.

Chainwire fences may be used as privacy fences, which are usually indoor. When ordering them, just make sure they are low, have a stand, and get a chain link privacy tape, privacy screen, or slats to cover the diamond holes in your privacy chainwire fence.

3. Solitude

In life and in business, time is indeed gold. Every minute counts. So, you would certainly not want disruption from trespassers and other unwanted guests. Installing a commercial fence will help deter them, allowing you to work in peace.

4. Access and traffic control

The absence of a barrier around your commercial property would let people think that it’s easy to get in and out at any time. This would result in chaos, especially if your store has high-value items for sale or has high-profile people as customers, placing your assets and personnel in peril.

In addition, certain areas of your establishment have access areas restricted to only a select few. Installing a commercial fence around your property or designated areas sends a clear message of who goes where.

5. Aesthetics

Image is everything in business. It’s vital that potential customers are attracted to every aspect. You want to make sure that your store or establishment looks neat and professional.

While chainwire fences may look rather plain compared to other types of fences, there is a sure-fire way to design them. Similar to our suggestion regarding privacy fences, you may want to use privacy screens and paint designs on the exterior portion.

In some instances, vines have been used to cover chainwire fences.

6. Advertising

Being in business also calls for creativity, which is why the fence installed around your commercial facility can also be used to sell your products and services.

As a result of constant demands for better ways of reaching customers, advertisers have now added fencing systems to the mix. Since you own the fence, that means free ad space.

Banners are commonly used for advertising on fences. For best results, you may want to observe the flow of people around your fence; it’s best to place your ads on portions of the fence with high foot traffic.

Learn more about advertising on fences here.

Contact us for all your Newcastle fencing and gate needs

Thinking of building your commercial establishment or facility now? It’s best if you have a fence included in your construction plan. Contact us and Chainwire Fencing Newcastle’ll help you set up that fence.


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