In today’s market, there are many kinds of fencing materials available that you can use to enclose your property – from chain links to traditional wooden fencing or even glass. Each has its own advantages and disadvantages and getting the right one largely depends on your unique needs as well as your own personal preferences. However, in today’s post, one of Texas’s top fabricators of pre-engineered steel buildings makes a strong case for steel pipe fencing and shares three of its key benefits.
1. It Uses Recycled Materials
One great benefit of using steel pipe fencing is that its components can be taken from other projects and reused for your fence. If you are conscious about your carbon footprint then this is a great option as it keeps them out of landfills. If you cannot find recycled pieces to build your new fence, you can still recycle your fence materials later on if you decide to have your fence taken down.
Not only is steel fencing equipment extremely durable, but they are also economical as well. This is because they are hollow inside which means they require less material than solid posts or columns, for example. Steel pipes can also be used to hold up chain link fencing to keep them secure and are strong enough to keep even large livestock in place.
3. Water Runoff Control
Using steel pipe fencing also allows you to take more control over the direction of water runoff. You can drill holes into them and allow them to collect and divert rainwater and prevent it from pooling in certain parts of your property where pooling water can be an issue.
Whether you are in need of red iron steel buildings or are looking for prefabricated metal carport kits, you can turn to Metal Warehouse, Inc. Give us a call at (903) 465-6699 or fill out our contact form to speak to one of our experts or to request a free quote.