Temporary Fencing & Barricade Rentals
Construction site temporary fencing is commonly used on job sites or construction sites in San Francisco, Berkeley, Oakland & San Jose that need to establish security around the site perimeter. Construction sites located in high traffic areas may require barricades in addition to temporary fencing to help with traffic flow. The chief types of temporary fencing are fence panels and standard temporary chain-link fencing.
Codes for temporary fencing vary depending on the community and the location of the fencing and may be specified for a particular job in the project plans.
Standard temporary fencing is generally less expensive, but the rental prices can increase depending on the particular projects needs or temporary fence options. For example, wind screening is commonly added to the temporary fence to keep down the spread of dust and debris. These screens also add a level of privacy to the job site. Privacy slats can be used instead of wind screening depending on the requests of the owner or project planner. Occasionally more demanding requirements will go along with the project, like the addition of barbed wire in high security areas or a request for heavier gauge fabric.
Although the codes for temporary fencing do vary depending on location and the particular projects needs, the basic temporary fence systems generally remain unchanged. It is important to keep in mind that most projects, especially those in high traffic areas, will likely have some sort of temporary fence requirements.
Hanson & Fitch Temporary Site Services – services all 9 counties in the San Francisco Bay Area including the communities of: Alameda, Albany, Berkeley, Brisbane, Burlingame, Cupertino, Daly City, Danville, Dublin, Emeryville, Foster City, Fremont,Gilroy, Hayward, Castro Valley, Livermore, Los Altos, Los Gatos, Menlo Park, Millbrae, Milpitas, Mountain View, Oakland, Pacifica, Pleasanton, Redwood City, Richmond, San Bruno, San Jose, San Francisco, San Leandro, San Mateo, San Ramon, Santa Clara, Saratoga, South San Francisco, Sunnyvale, Union City, Walnut Creek, and Watsonville.