SafeSite Facilities provide wooden hoarding to secure your construction site. Building site hoardings are an important device to not only conceal and increase security on your site, but also to protect the public from the building works and hazards going on within the area.
Our most popular construction site hoardings consist of reinforced plywood boards able to withstand enormous pressure, combined with C16/24 grade timber wooden posts strongly set in concrete. These site hoardings cannot be removed without the aid of machinery, ensuring peace of mind for any constructor.
We can provide temporary hoardings to increase security around your vacant property, screening the area from prying eyes and reducing the temptation to vandals. Our hoardings can be painted to any colour of your choice, perhaps to match your company’s colours or to blend in with the surrounding landscape. A selection of anti climb products may also be applied to the site hoardings, providing additional protection against intruders to your site.
SafeSite Facilities are also able to provide a range of temporary hoardings, including the Heras Readyhoard system. These temporary steel fence panels provide an alternative to wooden hoarding, and are a re-useable cost effective alternative. Providing more privacy to your site than the traditional mesh Heras fencing, the durable Readyhoard fencing is available in a range of colours, steel gauges and finishes.
Site hoardings are not only restricted to building and construction sites, temporary hoardings are also a useful tool to create secure areas during a music festival or country event. Unlike temporary mesh fencing, temporary hoardings may be used as a screening material, such as to conceal waste collection areas.
Whatever your hoarding requirements, SafeSite Facilities’ expert team are able to provide a solution. Our skilled team can swiftly erect and hoarding to ensure your site remains safe and secure at all times.
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