Secure your home with palisade fencing – it is simple to install and hard to break through. From palisade fencing prices to low maintenance costs, there are plenty of advantages to this home security solution.
|R 1 900-R 2 200 per m||Standard palisade|
|R 2 800 - R 3 500 per m||Steel palisade with pillars|
These costs include installation.
Standard palisade is 50mm wide x 2mm thick, with posts 76mm square. Generally, fencing is galvanised, and then powder coated, offering two layers of protection on the steel.
Quality is incredibly important, so don’t be tempted to go the cheap route for a fence that could last you over 25 years. The last thing you want is to be replacing palisade fence panels after only 5 – 10 years.
Advantages of palisade fencing
This type of fencing provides security and increases the safety of your property or home by creating a durable barrier between you and any potential threat from the outside. Because this type of fencing allows for you to see what is happening outside your property, you’ll know instantly if there is anything suspicious going on or if someone is trying to access your property. Also, palisade fencing is tricky to climb due to a lack of footholds.
In general, palisade is durable and has a very long lifespan. If it’s properly finished and high quality materials are used, this fence will last longer and stay stronger than you expect it to. The fence can either be epoxy coated or galvanized. Either way, you’ll end up with a very durable type of fencing.
A palisade fence has a quicker turnaround time when it comes to installation as opposed to a boundary wall, where you’ll be required to submit plans to the municipality for approval before you can commence construction.
Palisade fencing maintenance
When it comes to the maintenance of the actual fencing, you only need to inspect for loose bolts and screws. The opposite can be said to maintaining a boundary wall, as these regularly develop cracks. You’ll need to conduct maintenance on your boundary wall at least once a year.
It is important to note that you should limit plant growth along your palisade fence, plants growing close to the fence can cause moisture build-up that could potentially damage the root of your fencing installation.
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