Temporary Fences are built to protect a property for different reasons. Sometimes, an area has to be covered to prevent intruders or outsiders from entering the premises. There are also times when the area is fenced because the events taking place within it may affect others such as next-door neighbours.
Fencing a property doesn’t always have to be permanent as well. Temporary fencing is likewise common, since they serve specific functions and purposes for their users.
Below are the different uses of temporary fencing:
1. Crowd control.
One of the most common uses of temporary fencing is crowd control. When hosting events in open ground, it is important to ensure the safety and security of the audience attending. Fences are then installed to keep the crowd within the premises of the event.
Temporary fences not only contain the crowd in a specific area in the open grounds; they also prevent them from going beyond the venue’s boundaries, or in parts that are prohibited from unauthorised entry.
There are also times when events held in open grounds are not for free entry. Fences are set up so that uninvited guests, or those who come to the event unannounced or without tickets or required passes, are prevented from entering the area. It is also easier to direct people to the right direction when queuing.
2. Construction activities.
Construction activities often affect their surrounding premises. Hence, builders have to make sure that their day-to-day tasks are kept within their site, including securing equipment, machinery, materials, and debris.
Temporary fences are installed to surround the construction site and keep it not just from unauthorised entry, but also to secure its materials and equipment. During the day, while construction activities are ongoing, fences keep debris and other by-products from affecting pedestrians and motorists. Meanwhile, these barriers keep the construction equipment and materials from possible theft during after-hours. This will save a lot of efforts on protecting the construction equipment at night.
3. Securing animals and livestock.
In establishments related to animal care and farming, temporary fences are also common. For instance, in animal sanctuaries, fences segregate open grounds for different animals to roam comfortably and prevent commotion from taking place.
The same can be said in farms, where livestock are kept from mingling with each other. Their fences are flexible enough however, so that they can be placed in another area whenever necessary.
4. Emergency relief sites.
Temporary fences are also set up during emergency situations. Aside from securing the affected area from unauthorised entry, relief operations teams fence venues for shelter and other activities.
They fence open grounds where they can set up tents securely and allow survivors to stay in temporary shelters without being at risk of intrusion. Fences also enable emergency teams to conduct various activities related to rescue and relief simultaneously.
5. Theft deterrence.
Temporary fences are also built around properties that are at risk to theft and intrusion. These include abandoned properties that were recently purchased or warehouses that store valuable goods.
Putting up a fence around the property indicates that the area is not for public entry. This informs outsiders that they cannot go inside the premises without proper authorisation. Even if the fence is just temporary, it already serves as an effective reminder of setting boundaries between the protected property and its environs.
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