Walk past any construction site and you’ll notice temporary fencing around the property – and there’s good reason for that.
Most local building regulations require sites to have fencing to maintain occupational health and safety standards. It’s also a great way to discourage unauthorised visits to the site, keep debris tidy and organised, and inform passers-by that works are underway.
While the construction industry is one of the most frequent users of temporary fencing, these products are also used for traffic management, roadworks, at pop-up events or for other crowd control purposes. For many of these situations, the decision is not whether to get a temporary fence or not, but whether it’s better to hire or purchase the fence. At 1300TempFence, our experience hiring temporary fences has shown us that hiring fencing is a popular option for many reasons.