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DIY Fences – Industrial And Commercial Information

2018-07-29T12:30:33+00:00June 13th, 2018|Commercial Fence Options, DIY fence installs, Fence Supply, How To Install a Fence|Comments Off on DIY Fences – Industrial And Commercial Information

When Should You Hire Someone To Install Your Fencing?

A DIY industrial and commercial fence install can save your company time and money.

You should, however, have the full DIY  industrial and commercial fence information to hand before work begins.  By being fully informed you will get the job done well and you will have a fine fence to look at for many years to come.

What do you need to know about DIY industrial and commercial fence installs?

The main areas are:

  • Tools and Materials
  • Permits
  • Skilled Labor
  • Fencing Types
  • Advice

Let’s take a closer look at each point to see what you may need to know.

Tools and Materials

Building a commercial fence is a lot different from the one you may put around the pool to keep the dogs out during the summer months.

For starters you may need to buy the material in bulk, so use a supplier who can deliver and unload at your site.

The material will need to be of a quality to match the job you are doing.

Do not be tempted to go down the cheap route just because you are erecting a large fence. Long-lasting, superior material will stand the test of time, is easier to work with and will need less maintenance over the years.

Using quality tools makes any installation job easier and the finished work will look the better for it.

Permits

Many DIY fencing jobs come unstuck as the installer forgot to check the need for permits.

The golden rule here is to assume that every fencing job needs a permit.

Check with the county or city building offices for all the guidelines.

Remember that regulations differ between residential and commercial zones so a permit for one may not cover the other area. To get a permit is usually a straightforward process and may cost you as little as $100.

Not getting one may cost you a lot more, including time lost on doing rebuild work.

Skilled Labor

At www.fencesupplyonline.com we are all in favor of people doing DIY fence installs.

We are here to help and our expert staff is only too happy to advise on styles, materials and construction jobs.

One big problem area we’ve noticed over the years, on commercial and industrial fencing jobs, is skilled labor. You may have the best of materials and intentions but using inexperienced and unskilled labor will only land you in trouble.

On a DIY job always have skilled labor on hand to help, guide and do the best fence install.

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Product

There are as many different types of fence as there are different types of fencing jobs

Our Round Rail Wood fence is very popular with ranchers. The finished fence will look excellent running around your land, keeping stock enclosed and safe.

The Vinyl Privacy fence is another one of our big sellers and can give landowners the safety and seclusion they wish from prying eyes.

At www.fencesupplyonline.com we have the fences for every DIY industrial and commercial project.

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Advice

A commercial or industrial DIY install is a big undertaking.

Get advice is what we advise you.

Ask an expert on what they think and on what fence will suit a job the best. You do not want to erect a light fence in an area prone to high, winter winds, which will not last the season though.

Asking a neighbor is always a good place to start, especially someone who has lived in the neighborhood for many years.

 

Ask Us

At www.fencesupplyonline.com  our staff is always on hand to answer queries and to run a friendly eye over projects.

We have the experts to help with every fence install, regardless of how big or small it may be.

A simple mistake may be staring you in the face but you may miss it. We can help you spot it before it is too late.

Contact us today for a quote on materials and advice on your DIY fence install.