choosing a fence

5 things property managers should consider when choosing a fence

Fencing is a worthwhile investment for your commercial property, provided you select a quality product. Here are five key factors to take into account when choosing a fence.

 

 

1.     Durability

When you purchase a fence, you need to look beyond the sticker price and think of the fence’s lifespan as well as the cost of future repairs. Choosing a cheap fence may save you money in the short term, but if it isn’t well constructed, it may end up costing you more in the long run. Choosing a durable fence is always a good decision. Chain link and galvanized steel are two of the most robust, long-lasting materials for commercial fencing.

 

2.     Upkeep

You should also consider the sort of maintenance that will be required to keep the fence in good condition. A wood fence tends to require the most upkeep. Wood needs to be treated and painted regularly in order to retain its look and to prevent rot and pest infestation. Additionally, wood fences collect dirt easily and take time to wash. Galvanized chain link and galvanized steel require the least upkeep. They don’t rust, don’t need to repainted and can be efficiently cleaned with a hose.

 

3.     Appearance

Whether you manage a residential or commercial building, looks are important. Elegant fencing boosts a property’s curb appeal, which increases property value and makes the building more inviting to tenants, visitors, customers, officer workers and anyone else who frequents the premises. An ornamental steel fence is a classic choice, but a quality chain link or wood fence  can also be esthetically pleasing if it suits the property. Chain link presents the advantage of being unobtrusive and blending into the surroundings.

 

4.     Price

Price is usually a major factor. You’ll need to consider the cost of the fence itself as well as the installation. Chain link fences tend to be the most affordable option. They cost about half the price of a wood or wrought iron fence.

 

5.     Installation

It’s important that you get your fence installed by a dependable company. A poorly installed fence will be more prone to wear and tear and detract from the look of your property. Conversely, a well-built, well-installed fence will be robust and add to your property’s visual appeal.

 

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Turn to the experienced fencing contractors at Lynx Brand Fence Products for a top-quality galvanized chain link or steel ornamental fence in Calgary, Edmonton and Kelowna. Contact us today for affordable, professionally installed commercial fencing.

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