TEMPORARY FENCING HIRE
Temporary Fence Panels With UK Coverage
Heras fencing is a brand of temporary fence panels that is used on construction sites and public events to help with security. Each panel consists of a metal tubing frame, with feet that are fitted inside either synthetic or concrete blocks. In the middle of the panel is a metal mesh.
How much does Heras fencing cost? Only £1.50 + Vat
Sarah’s Hire can now offer site fence panels for hire nationwide, on a next day delivery schedule. As these panels are lightweight they can be easily moved for assembly. All our panels come with the necessary blocks and couplers, so you can assemble the fencing with ease.
At a hire rate per week, we can offer our fence panels for just £1.50 a panel. Which we believe is the cheapest in the UK.
What size is Heras or Temporary Fence Panels?
It consists of panels approximately 3.5 metres large and 2 metres tall.
What are the benefits of Heras Temporary Fence Panels?
If you are looking for a cost-effective security for a construction site or public events, then hiring a temporary fence panels could be the solution.
CCTV and Security Guards can be expensive. If you need to protect equipment or keep people out, then our security fence panels are ideal.
Our Site fencing is one of our most popular products. Virtually impenetrable, it will deter the most opportunist thief and stop unwanted access from passers-by. You also need to consider the many rules and regulations that govern a construction site. You need to ensure that you protect the public from heavy machinery, especially children. Temporary fencing hire is the equipment you need to ensure safety and construction site security.
How to Install Temporary Fence Panels
1st: Check Your Conditions
First, you will need to assess if you’ve got adequate and safe conditions for putting up temporary fencing. Ensure that the ground you’re installing the fence on is level and the immediate area is clear.
Think about the weather – strong gusts of winds could be dangerous while you’re moving temporary fencing panels, and rain could create a slippery surface.
As you’re laying out the stays, make sure you’re positioning them out of the way of your workers and any passing pedestrians – they can be a tripping hazard if not placed correctly.
Once you’re confident of your site area, it’s time to start putting your fence together.
2nd: Installing a Temporary Fence Panels
Now that you know where you want your fence to go and have determined the area is safe, it’s time to get started on installing on your first panel.
Once you have determined which area you are going to barricade, set one temporary fencing base into position. Place one leg of the temporary fencing panel into one of the holes of the temporary fencing base, then position a second fencing base for the other end of the panel. This will hold your first panel.
3rd: Connecting the Temporary Fence Panels
Place the leg of your next panel into the base, then put another base at the end of the panel. Now you will have two panels to work with, so it’s important to connect them properly.
Use temporary fencing clamps to connect the two panels. The clamp is locked into place with a nut and bolt, so make sure you tighten the nut firmly enough to make the fences sturdy.
Another important tip to note is to keep the nut and bolt thread side facing inwards – this will ensure people on the outside of the fence can’t get injured by being caught on the nut and bolt.
Repeat this process until you’ve fenced the area you’d like to keep safe.
4th: Maintain Your Fence
It’s not only important to install your fence safely, but also to maintain it as time goes on. Depending on how long your temporary fencing is set up for, it’s a good idea to cast your eye over it on a regular basis to ensure the stays are sufficiently anchoring the fence and the clamps are still nice and tight.
Also check regularly to ensure the bases remain in the correct position and aren’t a tripping hazard.