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Park Fencing Perth
Perth parks are renowned for their wide and open spaces, some with natural or manmade lakes, playgrounds, native gardens and bushland. Specialised fencing is used to protect the natural environments of, and/or surrounding these parks, as well as provide adequate visitor safety. Poorly sourced, installed and maintained materials are the primary causes of injury in public places. When it comes to designing and installing park fencing, Perth businesses and organisations need to choose wisely. If fencing is of a poor quality – think brittle woods, rusty nails or unfinished/unpolished metal joints and welds – park visitors could be put at risk. WA Fenceworks’ tips? Avoid metals that are prone to rusting, use only high-quality treated timber, and make sure to research a product’s durability and longevity before you invest.
Parks are a safe haven for kids, and the right kind of fencing can offer that extra bit of security without hindering accessibility. Barricading areas that are unsuitable for younger children can allow them to play freely in a safe and inviting environment. Other factors to consider when installing park fencing include keeping the park free of vandalism, stray animals and ensuring minimum damage to the natural environment.
Whether timber, PVC or metal, fencing also plays a huge part in the overall look and feel of a park. Urban planners and park designers have been integrating fences into park design for years. A well-designed and placed fence not only protects visitors from inaccessible areas like pools and lakes but can also be an attractive and smart feature piece. So rather than act as an eye-sore, why not factor fencing into your park design?