The beauty of Bow Top Fencing
Bow Top Fencing is a robust, attractive fencing style that is a particularly popular choice in child-based environments. Areas such as parks, schools and housing estates can all gain benefits from bow top fencing. It offers a simplistic solution to making sure children are safe in an allocated space. From keeping dogs out of parks, to preventing them from fouling where children play, and of course stopping children from wandering off into danger.
Its tubular construction increases its durability and longevity, making it a great low-cost and low maintenance fence. Designed in colour, this fence creates a high visibility for safety, as well as an attractive appearance to all ages. By choosing a specific colour, you can blend it in with surrounding things, this could be walls or even park obstacles. By doing so, you are creating an effortless fun area to play!
It’s tubular construction makes it a highly durable fence as well as a offering a long lifespan. The traditional rounded top design adds another safety feature, making it a perfect fence to be around children. This RoSPA compliant fence can either be bolted down in the ground or on a wall. Another important feature is the off-set hinges which this fence includes, preventing any fingers getting trapped.
Bow top fencing is the ideal solution for a secure barrier for boundary application, yet a decorative fun safety feature for children. The main purpose is to securely withhold any force, and offer resistance to any weathering.
Fencing Superstore are leading UK manufacturers of steel railings and fencing. They provide a variety of steel fencing solutions to suit a wide range of applications. Their product ranges include bow-top, interlaced bow top, flat top, and sports fencing for MUGA’s. they supply fencing to both the private and public sector; therefore, they hold a lot of experience and knowledge for fencing requirements.
All of their steel fencings are designed with safety and longevity in mind. To see more about their bow-top fencing, click here: