When You Might Need to Invest in Anti Crash Fencing
August 21, 2014
Kevin and Jan have lived on the corner of a busy intersection for years. The house was a great find; the backyard is huge, there’s a gas fireplace, and there are enough bedrooms for all of the kids to have their own. There are almost no negatives to living here, except for the fact that a car ends up driving into their yard at least once a year. This year, it was a sedan that jumped the curb and destroyed Jan’s favorite lilac bush. Last year it was the ceramic birdbath. The year before it was the mailbox and the trash cans. And the year before that was the one that took out the fence that was there when they moved in.
They’ve tried wooden fences. They’ve tried chain link fences. But with the speed limit what it is and their terrible luck, nothing seems to keep these cars from driving through them destroying their property. The kids can never play in the front yard and the dog can never be let out there either. What Kevin and Jan need to invest in is some anti crash fencing. These types of fences are more durable and can actually hold up to a car crashing into them.
There are almost 100,000 businesses in the United States that sell fencing, and they employ about 300,000 people, so finding local fencing professionals should be no problem. If you have the same problem that Kevin and Jan have, you should consult with one to see what the options are and how you might be able to finance anti crash fencing for your yard. Find more on this here.