Here in Canada, we love slopes. They’re great for skiing, snowboarding and tubing. We love them when we’re hiking, and we love to live on slopes, because that means we have a great view. But there’s one time you might not love a slope: when you’re trying to figure out how to install a gate on a slope. Here’s what you need to know.
In the fence industry, it’s common to be asked about non scalable fence. Many clients want non scalable fence for their industrial, military or corrections projects. But the truth is, non-scalable fence is not, in itself a specification. Rather, it’s a blanket term for a group of possible fence specifications. So, let’s get to the bottom of the question ‘what is non scalable fence anyway.’
In Canada, we haven’t really had a pronounced need for security fencing for very long. Outside of prisons, military installations and heavy industrial developments, most facilities got along just fine with an ordinary fence. Or no fence at all.
But times have changed, and we’re seeing more demand for high security fencing in cities throughout Canada. Here’s what you need to know about your options.
When most people think about industrial fencing, they probably think about fencing outside of buildings. But we see huge demand for industrial interior fencing, like this project that was recently completed by our Rite-Way Fencing team in Red Deer. So we thought it was a good idea to look at interior industrial fence in a little more detail.
There’s no denying that when it comes to convenience, there’s no entrance gate that comes close to driveway gate automation. Whether it’s for your home or a commercial property, the added security and ease of access is a game changer! So here’s what you need to know about driveway gate automation, so you can start planning your upgrade!
When most people think of security fencing, chances are they imagine them with razor coils. Razor coils are certainly an effective barrier (although, like any type of fencing, they're not completely infallible.) But since razor coils are so rare in Canada, many people don't know too much about them aside from that. So we've put togehter some interesting facts about razor coils so you can take a "crash course."
When you think of Alberta energy, you probably think about oil and gas. It's true that fossil fuels have been the engine that has driven the Alberta economy for many years. But, while we're still building pipelines, mines and oil and gas infrastructure, there's a quiet revolution happening. That's because Alberta is becoming a leader in solar power in the far north.