A custom fence can secure your commercial property while also giving it a one-of-a-kind look. If you want to stand out with these combined features, you need an experienced custom fence company in Little Rock to do the job.
When choosing a fence for your commercial property, know that you don’t have to settle for an ordinary one! Take a look at what our custom, top-of-the-line craftsmanship can get you.
Chain-link fencing gives you an option that is both durable and low maintenance at an affordable price. And since it’s a woven material you and your cameras can see through, trespassers will think twice before climbing it.
You can also customize everything from its color and coating to its gauge and height. For colors and coatings, your fence can be metallic or vinyl/polymer. The metallic can be galvanized, aluminized, or even galfan, and the vinyl/polymer can be green, brown, or black.
The gauge, or wire thickness, can be different too. It all depends on your project and what exactly you need the fence for. For example, six gauge works well for heavy industrial fencing. Nine gauge is best for commercial projects, 11 gauge is standard for all chain-link fencing, and 12 gauge is great for temporary fencing.
Additionally, along with customizing even the size of the diamond shape in the fence, you can add certain features to the fence for better security. These include razor or barbed wire toppers to deter climbing, concrete footers to deter digging, and a thicker gauge to deter cutting.
Ornamental fencing secures your property while also making it visually appealing. When you work with the best custom fence company in Little Rock, you get the best welders and iron-smiths around to help you plan and design your ideal fence.
Whether you want a fence that’s minimal or intricate, you can get it in iron or aluminum to give your property that “wow” factor. Moreover, just because you want a visually stunning fence doesn’t mean the fence will be weak or less secure. Quite the opposite actually, a wrought-iron fence lasts for years, and a matching gate provides your property with even more security.
Although it isn’t as strong as iron, aluminum gives you the flexibility needed to shape it into more intricate designs. It’s also cheaper, lighter, and 100% recyclable. On top of this, it also can’t rust. So if you want your fence to look like iron but with added benefits, aluminum is your best option.
Not all fencing needs to be permanent. That’s why if you’re planning an event or want to protect a construction site, you should consider a temporary fence.
Fencing panels work great if you want an affordable option but don’t want to drill. The panels sit on bases, can be easily moved or taken down, and come in different lengths and heights. This makes them ideal for events with different areas or construction sites with offices, or other internal zones.
But if you want better security for your construction site, consider getting in-ground fencing. It requires drilling which means it is not easily moved. In fact, that’s why many customers prefer it for their sites. A team from United Fence & Construction will install it to ensure you get the most out of this temporary fencing option.
You should also consider getting windscreens for your fencing panels or in-ground fencing. Windscreens help protect you and others inside the fence from any wind or the dust that it stirs up. They also give the area inside the fence more privacy.
Commercial Gate Systems
A commercial gate system can give your fenced property added security while looking good doing it. Whether you need a gate for parking or a gate for your property’s entrance, you can choose from different systems to find what works for you.
Potential gate systems include (but are not limited to):
- swing gates
- double swing gates
- slide gates
- roller gates
- motorized lift gates
You also have a few gate operators to choose from. These are the small boxes you put your gate code into or swipe your fob across to open the gate. Whereas swing gate operators work best for one-way traffic, slide gate operators work best for two-way traffic that enters and exits through the same gate.
Commercial Fence and Gate Repair
Even when you work with a top-notch custom fence company in Little Rock, you’ll still find your fencing and gate will eventually need repair. Along with general wear and tear, you could need commercial repair from weather damage, damages from vehicles, and even vandalism.
Common commercial fence repairs include (but are not limited to):
- fixing broken slats or panels
- rot damage
- gate or hardware issues
- leaning sections of fencing
Common commercial gate repairs include (but are not limited to):
- gate operator repairs
- motor repairs
- structural repairs
- pest removal
And just like the gate and fencing themselves, repair costs differ from case to case. The size and extent of the damage, the location of the damage, and what kind of material is damaged all determine the cost.
With proper maintenance, however, you can avoid serious repairs and even greater security threats. For example, say that a section of your fence is leaning or your gate isn’t closing all the way. Repairing these now will help you avoid paying for more expensive repairs later when the problem worsens. These issues also pose security threats that could cost you even more if you ignore them.
Ready to Start Your Next Project?
Don’t let your commercial property go without the security and visual appeal a custom fence and gate can give it. Contact United Fence & Construction today at (501) 218-8422, or fill out this form to request a quote for your next project.