There are lots of reasons why people might need security fencing, but it's rare that we get a request that takes us into an elevator pit. However, that's exactly what happened in the under construction Dorian Hotel. Here's what they needed, and how Rite-Way Fencing delivered a security fencing solution.
Chain link is still, hands down, the most popular fence type in Canada. It's relatively secure, it's relatively cost effective, and it is very easy to get. However, every once in a while, there is a place where a chain link fence just doesn't get the job done. That was the case for our Calgary client, who had a loading dock problem that chain link just couldn't solve. This is how we helped.
When most people think of privacy slats, they tend to think of their back yard. It's true that privacy slats are a great way to make a back yard chain link fence more privacy friendly, but there are other uses for chain link privacy slats too. In this case, we used them to give residents of this apartment complex storage cages that kept their posessions out of public view.
In recent years, there's been a shift to higher security fence systems for municipal infrastructure projects. The Bonnybrook wastewater treatment facility in Calgary was no different. We recently completed an interesting Omega Max and chain link project at this site.
Panel fences are gaining popularity in Canada. Whether it's a palisade fence, ornamental fencing or one of the many welded mesh panel fences out there, we're seeing a lot more people choose this type of fence.
There are a few great reasons for that. Panel fences look great, and many offer enhanced security. But they are a little trickier to install, which means they're definitely best left for the professionals. In this article, we look at three of the ways we can install panel fences on slopes, and the pros and cons of each.
Usually, when we do a higher security fence, it's for a substation or an oilfield site. But sometimes, it's designed to keep some critters safe while they are rehabilitated. That was exactly the case when our Niagara branch recently completed some chain link fencing for the Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary in Rosseau, Ontario.
During 2020, over three phases, Rite-Way Fencing in Abbotsford completed fencing at the new Transit facility on Gladys Avenue, near Highway 11. The facility was recently opened by BC Transit, and we're proud to share more information about this higher security commercial chain link fence, gates and associated products.