Temporary Fence Rental Service Available in Wilmot IL

If you’re in need for temporary fencing for your event or job site, the professionals at Pro-Rent-A-Fence are experts you can count on to get the job done. We’re ready to meet your project’s needs in Wilmot, Illinois and surrounding areas. We are one of the most trusted temporary fencing service providers in Northern Illinois, so you can rest assured that our efficiency and quality of work speaks for itself. In fact, we guarantee it. We’re committed to giving you a great experience no matter what the project is. Our local and knowledgeable staff are ready to walk you through the whole rental process. From that point, we’ll take care of all the setup and takedown. With our hassle-free service, you don’t need to worry about a thing!

    Call us at Pro-Rent-A-Fence today to get a FREE ESTIMATE on all your temporary fencing project needs! Our local professionals are in your area and are ready to determine what your fencing needs are in Wilmot. Please call the number below for any and let us present you with some options for your temporary fencing needs! Be sure to check out our Google Reviews!



    Temporary Fence Styles Available in Wilmot IL

    Before any project gets underway, we must first discuss what purpose of the fence is needed for. In any temporary situation where fencing is needed for protection, renting a fence is always the better choice. It’s more affordable. It uses cheaper and already manufactured materials and it takes much less time to set up. There’s always the possibility that Wilmot may have city ordinances on what type of fence you will need or permits that are required. Don’t get discouraged, because we can help you sort through your city’s requirements. When it comes to choosing the best fence for your project’s needs, there are certain advantages to each of the different options:

    Barricade Fencing:  Barricade fencing is commonly used for crowd control. If you work for a municipality or are planning an event for your business or town, then barricade fencing is a great option. It’s simple to set up, take down and stack making. It’s a very efficient process.

    Chain Link Fence:  Chain link fences are simple to set up and take down. The added benefit is they also provide added security. Temporary chain-link fences can be secured using sandbags which will help provide even more security. If your project has privacy needs, you can add privacy screens.

    Orange/ Tree Fence: This fencing is ideal for the protection of a construction site. A construction orange fence warns pedestrians and is the safest choice. Orange fencing is less expensive than chain link fences in the circumstances where a privacy screen isn’t required. Orange fences are great for outdoor festivals because they help with crowd control and keep people in a designated area.

    Post Driven Fence:  Post driven fences are temporary fences that provide your event or site more stability. That’s because fence posts are driven into the ground. They work great with gates and other additional options. They tend to take a longer time to set up since the posts need to be driven into the ground but our trained professionals are will have it up quickly! If you are looking for a stable and secure fence to rent, Post Driven Fences are the right choice.

    Temporary Fence Add-Ons

    After you’ve determined what type of fence option will work the best for your site or project, you can choose add-ons to your fence. These add-ons can provide you and your team easier mobility, more security, and site protection.

    Gates: Gates will easily attach to many temporary fences. Your team will be delighted with the convenience of having a gate to walk in and out of because it makes moving materials much easier!

    Privacy Screens: Privacy guards/windscreens have 2 distinct advantages. They protect your job site from people walking by and they help stop damaging wind from blowing through your site. Since heavy midwest winds aren’t uncommon, gusts can cause problems in Wilmot. By investing in one of these screens, you can increase the safety of the work site.

    Tension Wire: Adding a tension wire to your temporary fence can improve security and prevent others from sneaking into a site. Tension wire makes the fence more stable and durable which can be advantageous.

    Sand Bags: Securing your temporary fence with sand bags to is a great way to prevent it from blowing over, or falling on people as they walk by. Pro Rent A Fence has sandbags on hand that you can add on to your chain link or post driven fence.

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