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If you're raising livestock of any kind, you'll need barbed wire fencing to keep them restrained. Unrolling bales of this wire can be frustrating, not to mention the fact that it can also cut or scratch you if you don't handle it properly. Eliminate the worries associated with this type of fencing by allowing us to connect you with professional installers without cost or obligation.
Barbed wire fencing can be attached to either wooden or metal fence posts. In some cases, it could also be attached to buildings or trees as well. Keeping the fence pulled tightly during installation will ensure it is sturdy enough to confine animals of any size once it is put into operation. For enhanced security, you can consider adding electrical service to it as well.
Typical barbed wire fence costs are based upon the number of strands and the number of barbs per metre. Some fencing is only three strands tall, while others are four or five strands. The type of animal being restrained will dictate the height you need this fence to be. Likewise, the more barbs there are per metre, the less likely it will be that animals can escape, but the price will increase accordingly. Adding electrical service will also raise the price of this fencing.
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The most popular reason to choose barbed wire is for security, as the sharp barbs that coat the fence are easily able to keep out intruders.
Barbed wire fencing can break and injure the person placing it if there is too much pressure put on it from curving around poles and stretching.
Our network of trained installers will be able to perform this task quickly, efficiently and affordably on your behalf.
In most cases, barbed wire fencing will be supplied in rolls so that a team of professional installers can have it up for you in no time.
Look for wires that have a Class 40 coating, which will provide them with greater longevity. You should also make sure your fencing has “reverse twist” barbs to prevent the wires from sagging.
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