Below you’ll find the most common questions related to mobile fencing.
1. What is a temporary fence and what are its uses?
A temporary fence is a type of fencing that is typically used for construction sites, events, or other short-term situations where a permanent fence would not be practical. Temporary fences are usually made of metal or plastic mesh, and can be either free-standing or attached to existing structures.
2. How does a temporary fence work and what are the benefits of using one instead of a permanent fence installation?
A temporary fence works by providing a physical barrier to an area that you need to keep secure. The benefits of using a temporary fence over a permanent fence installation include:
-They are less expensive than permanent fences.
-They can be set up and taken down quickly and easily.
-They are versatile and can be used in a variety of situations.
3. What type of materials are used in the construction of a temporary fence and how durable are they compared to permanent fences made from wood or metal fencing materials?
Materials used in the construction of a temporary fence include: metal or plastic mesh, and can be either free-standing or attached to existing structures. Temporary fences are typically less durable than permanent fences made from wood or metal fencing materials, but they are still strong enough to provide a physical barrier to an area.
4. Are there any restrictions on where I can place my temporary fence rental unit, or how high it can be erected relative to the ground surface level around my property boundaries – for example, if I am renting a unit for use at an outdoor event such as a music festival or trade show exhibition area)?
There are typically no restrictions on where you can place your temporary fence rental unit, but it is important to check with your local ordinances before deciding on a location. Most units can be erected up to 6 feet high, but some jurisdictions may have height restrictions in place. It is also important to make sure that the ground surface around your property boundaries is level, so that the fence does not pose a tripping hazard.
Contact Mobile Fencing in Providence RI with any additional questions regarding your next project.