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Commercial Fence and Gate Specialists

The need for commercial fencing is increasing and there are dozens of options from which to choose. Selecting the best fencing for commercial enterprises can be a frustrating process without the assistance of a professional and Zepco Fence is a commercial fencing and gate specialist. Zepco Fence has the distinction of designing fences for big cat sanctuaries and the company’s innovative design has been adopted by the State of Florida Department of Wildlife Management.

Protection of property

Commercial fencing encompasses chain link and iron installations for high-end locales to PVC and wood stockade fencing for concealing unsightly dumpsters. Barbed wire and razor ribbon can be added for an extra layer of security to protect construction sites and equipment.

While the need for fencing is obvious for some sites, many owners of commercial properties don’t realize they need fencing until something is stolen, defaced or destroyed. Chain link is one of the most obvious choices for fast and efficient protection that installs quickly.

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Do I Need a Permit for a Fence?

Fencing is the most popular solution for obtaining privacy, protecting children, and keeping pets in their own yard. Unfortunately, many individuals have installed a fence only to discover that they must alter it or even remove it due to local rules and regulations. Whether you need a permit for a fence will depend largely upon where you live.

Local rules and regulations

Each city has its own requirements for fences and rules can vary widely among neighborhoods, housing associations, and communities. It’s almost guaranteed that a permit will be needed, but the type and cost will depend largely on the local zoning regulations and codes. Most communities specify the height according to whether it’s in the front or back yard, construction materials of the fence, and how far away from property lines they must be set.

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Why PVC Fencing is Great for a Florida Home

Homeowners, proprietors of businesses and commercial property owners that are considering a fence for their property should explore the options available with PVC fencing. Also known as vinyl fencing, it’s been available for agricultural uses since the 1980s though the material was invented in 1913. Its durability quickly made it a favorite with individuals and companies seeking elegant looking fences that were also cost-effective.

PVC has a variety of properties that make it ideal for fencing in Florida.

  • It doesn’t deteriorate or rot when exposed to salt water
  • It’s almost five times stronger than wood
  • It’s more resistant to high winds than wood
  • It won’t fall prey to insects and fungus
  • It’s non-toxic
  • It can last for 20-30 years
  • It withstands high heat and humidity
  • It’s low-maintenance
  • It’s recyclable
  • Decorative touches can be added at the top for customization

Creating a Barrier

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