Your fence is the first line of security for your home or commercial property. That doesn’t mean that it should be the only means of security for your property. There are several things you can do to increase the benefits of having a fence and make it easier to protect your home and family from intruders. By completing these 5 simple tasks, you can improve the security around your fence with an ease.
Install Field Cameras
Installing field cameras that turn on with motion detectors will provide you with a clear picture of what is going on by your fence. If they are placed correctly and lined up properly, you should be able to see both sides of your fence as well as your entire backyard.
Perform Regular Inspections
Check your fence regularly for any weakened or damaged areas. With proper maintenance, you will be able to catch minor problems before they require major repairs. Inspecting your fence every month or so will help you stay on top of your fence maintenance.
Fences can limit visibility or they can create a simple boundary. If you want to limit visibility, you can plant bushes or trees along the fence. You can also landscape areas inside the fence row to limit visibility. Use bushes or flowering plants that produce thick, dense foliage to hinder visibility.
Install Motion Activated Lighting
Much like motion activated cameras, lights that turn on when motion is detected are excellent for scaring off prowlers. If they are placed correctly, the lights will turn on before intruders get close to your fence.
Keep Objects Away From The Fence Row
Intruders will try to stand on anything stable enough to hold their weight. Keep objects away from the fence row to prevent them from getting a foothold.
Ron Frazelle is the Project Manager of La Habra Fence Company, a leading chain link fence company in Southern California for over 65 years. Ron is committed to providing the best customer service, high quality products and quick project completion at the best overall value for his clients. La Habra Fence offers a wide variety of fencing options, including chain link fences, ornamental iron fences, security cages and security gates.