Barbed and razor wire fencing have been in use for decades to secure property and merchandise against intrusion. Both of these types of rental fencing can be used with post-driven chain link panels to provide the final layer of security for your property. They can be quickly integrated into temporary fencing and used to secure a wide variety of sites. Adding barbed or razor wire fencing can also increase the safety of your property by preventing intrusion into dangerous or delicate areas.
Barbed wire is a form of security that is generally added to chain link fences. This type of wire was used as early as the mid-1800s to secure cattle ranges and ranches. Today, instead of being used to keep cattle in a certain area, it often acts as a deterrent to keep intruders off of private property. Razor wire is similar to barbed wire, though is even less appealing to potential intruders.
The main purpose behind using these types of security measures is to stop unauthorized individuals from even wanting to climb your fence, let alone trying to. Barbed and razor wire fencing are ideal for securing valuable property, such as construction equipment and tools, inside of a job site.
Barbed wire can be used with an angled fixture on top of your fencing to further discourage climbing. It can also be combined with razor wire for a comprehensive deterrent system that provides the ultimate in security for your site and property.
It is important to check with your local regulations regarding the use of barbed and razor wire. A fence rental company can help you with any particular questions you may have regarding your desired application.
Cal-State Site Services, Inc., serving Simi Valley, offers both barbed and razor wire fencing components for use with our rental fencing. Contact us at (888) 440-6122 or visit our website to learn more about adding these security measures to your fencing.