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How to Decide What Security Fencing is Best for Your School

As each school is unique, they all have different fencing needs. By having the correct security fencing for your school you help to enable surveillance, limit access to areas that are not highly visible, restrict entry points to a few easily monitored areas and help enforce the image of the school grounds being a well maintained and respected space.

So when it comes time to choosing a security fence for your school, what should you consider?

  • Evaluate your current security fencing for weakness and any additional fencing requirements. As this will give you an idea as to what fencing products you will need.
  • The security fencing should not be easy to cut, climb or vandalise. Chain wire security fences are usually a popular low cost choice but they are easy to climb and vandalise.
  • Playground fencing should allow visibility for school staff to easily monitor children while still ensuring that children cannot accidentally leave the playground.
  • The right fencing should provide security while still being aesthetically pleasing.

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Right security fencing solutions for your school

For a lot of schools, garrison security fencing is a great option. Garrison security fencing prevents intruders from being able to cut or climb the fence while maintaining visibility and the aesthetic appearance of the school grounds.

Our tried and tested processes make us industry leaders in security fencing solutions for the school sector in Perth. Read about our school customers on the case studies page.

If you would like to know more about different security fencing options or would like to arrange a FREE SITE visit to discuss your fencing needs, give K-Line Fencing Group a call today.

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