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Commercial fencing isn’t just for nondescript warehouses or businesses, any non-residential property can benefit from commercial fencing options – even schools. While some schools may want a sort of open feel to their property, both children and adults need boundaries for the sake of safety. Installing a fence on a school property can come with a number of benefits not just for security, but for the simple act of providing those boundaries. Furthermore, a fence doesn’t need to be ugly! The right commercial fence can actually go a long way to enhance the aesthetic.

When it comes to the prospect of installing fencing in a school yard, you don’t want it to seem like a prison (even if the kids already see it that way). In this regard, it is important to ascertain the true purpose of the fence, which can be:

  • Protecting as well as defining different zones, such as playground areas.
  • Blocking off areas that children should not have free access, such as sports areas or bus yards.
  • Restricting access points to the school.
  • Creating paths for children to follow as well as improving the overall look of the property.

When choosing fencing for a school, building one long fence around the property is often not the way to go. Many schools choose different smaller fenced off areas that protect the areas that need protecting from the outside, like playgrounds and outdoor facilities, while allowing other areas to remain open.

Unlike smaller commercial properties, schools have the tough task of looking over their property and gauging what exactly they want out of a fence. If you are a school that is considering installing new fencing, replacing old fencing, or remodeling their current fencing options, then a fencing contractor can help.

Give us a call today for questions about your unique fencing needs. Our team of experts here at AllStar Fence and Deck can guide you towards picking out and installing the perfect fencing option.

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