Essentially, temporary fencing defines any fencing that is used short-term to medium-term basis. As hinted in the name, it’s used temporarily and tends to be easy to install, move, and store.
Temporary fencing panels are made from high-quality galvanised steel (BS EN 10244-2 standard). Meaning it’s a cost-effective, short-term solution that also guarantees longevity & versatility.
There are three main categories - temporary fencing, steel hoarding, and crowd control barriers.
Temporary fencing is a high-quality outdoor fencing solution. It’s especially useful for short or medium time frames. Often, it’s used across outdoor events, festivals, or even construction sites. Temporary fencing is considered a highly dependable security system. After all, it’s very straightforward to install, move, and store.
Moreover, temporary fencing panels can be ordered in square top or round top. Not only that, but it might also be worth looking into couplers, feet, or other accessories for temporary fencing – to improve the stability of the setup structure.
Additionally, you can upgrade your temporary fencing with debris netting or acoustic barriers. To prevent any debris from going where it’s not supposed to go or reduce construction noise. These, as well as fencing tarpaulin, can improve privacy and block visibility to your site.
Due to the design, temporary fencing is well-equipped to withstand high winds and storms. Although, if you install debris netting or anything similar – the structure will need to withstand more wind pressure. So, it’s always important to understand the location & what type of weather conditions the fencing will need to live through. And plan accordingly.
Lastly, it’s worth mentioning that we not only offer temporary fencing for sale but also for hire. So, if you only need temporary fencing temporarily – hiring may be your best choice.
Steel hoarding is a temporary fencing solution, which is made to provide a higher level of privacy. Not only can it provide a great standard of security, but it also breaks the line of sight – increasing the safety & privacy of the site. Usually, it’s used in building and construction sites.
Hoarding can prevent intrusion & theft by keeping high-value items out of sight. Like, equipment, tools, or materials. Considering that most burglaries happen spontaneously after a person sees something worth stealing.
By accompanying hoarding with couplers and feet, the structure will become stronger and more stable. Moreover, there is a variety of hoarding accessories that can not only improve stability but also enhance privacy features. It can also protect passing pedestrians from flying debris or moving equipment.
Additionally, hoarding panels are made from high-quality steel that is galvanised with zinc coating. This prevents rusting and improves fencing longevity. All in all, hoarding has a long-life expectancy and durability.
Crowd control barriers are another type of temporary fencing. As you could’ve guessed, they’re most commonly used for crowd control. Whether it’s to overlook pedestrian traffic or crowds in a concert – they essentially serve the same purpose of keeping people safe.
The barriers were designed to provide security to pedestrians from hazardous areas. They also work well in separating areas and restricting access.
Additionally, we offer walk-through barriers, which work hand-in-hand with crowd control barriers. Creating efficient and easy-to-notice entries/exits – making security staff's jobs easier, as well as improving pedestrian traffic flow.
Moreover, if you’re in the market for something more durable – police barriers are a much stronger solution. They have mesh infill, which makes the barrier more resistant to impact and damage. As well as preventing people from reaching through the gaps. Lastly, there is a range of accessories that can improve barrier functionality and stability.
Simply put, temporary fencing tends to be used for temporary needs. Most often, this extends to events, festivals, or construction sites.
Whether it’s for crowd control and separating areas in a festival or managing pedestrian traffic around a roadwork site – temporary fencing is a way to go. It’s also perfect for any job that requires the perimeter to be adjusted and moved around often. Since temporary fencing is easy to move around and install.
The way you install temporary fencing depends on the type of setup you’re going for. Luckily, we’ve got a guide for almost any combination.
All in all, temporary fencing is one of the most popular and versatile fencing solutions out there. From crowd control to traffic management.
It’s important to note – as it is a temporary solution, you might be better off hiring rather than buying the fencing outright. Especially for short or medium time frames. This will not only save you money & time, but you won’t need to worry about storing the fencing after you’ve used it.