Moore Fencing keep business, schools and homes safe and secure

  • 23 Oct 2014

Moore Fencing have both permanent and temporary solutions including automated gates, railings and fences.

Automated Gates

Moore Fencing offer a variety of automated gates that use cantilever sliding gate systems, meaning the gate can move back and forth without a physical track.

These gates can be made with a choice of a number of in-fills – steel palisade, mesh, tubular/RHS (Square), timber or decorative wrought iron.

Automated cantilever sliding gates can be installed with key pads, remote controls, audio/video intercoms or the advanced GSM intercom depending on the level of security you require.

Cantilever sliding gates are also available manually operated if this is what you need.

Park & School

Fencing for schools and parks, where safety and security is paramount, is available for low, medium and high risk areas, allowing you to tailor the fencing to its purpose.

Moore Fencing aim to provide a safe and secure environment whilst blending in to the neighbourhood and maintaining the positive image of the school.

Steel Railing

Steel railings and vertical bars are designed to provide high levels of security for all areas requiring fencing protection.

Square or round infill bars are available in a number of sizes and the vertical infill bars are also available with a range of heads from blunt tops to a sharp point

Steel Palisade

Palisade fencing is easy to assemble and long lasting.

Moore Fencing offer choice from a range of sections, heads and fasteners depending on the level of security you need.

Palisade fencing is often recommended by insurance companies and is suitable for a variety of areas such as industrial sites, car storage and schools.

Mesh Panel Systems

Wire mesh fencing offers cost effective security which is often considered more aesthetically pleasing than other fences.

Low or medium security needs are met with wire mesh fencing, making it ideal for areas such as sports venues which require security against intruders.

This fencing is both difficult to cut and climb and tends to be more discrete than palisade fencing as it is more difficult to see from a distance.

 

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