Drivers despondently looking for the entrance, delays at the entrance, distractions for the construction staff due to difficulty operating the entrance, searching for escape routes, etc. These are all inconveniences that arise when your access road is not efficiently designed. A sliding fence gate offers a solution. This gate prevents many frustrations while being easy and quick to arrange and install. In this blog post, we give the sliding gate the attention it deserves. In addition, we teach you how to use a sliding fence gate to achieve convenience and save time.
Posted on 20 February 2020 by Yves Spooren
We are proud to announce that Heras Mobile is now an official member of the AFA, the American Fence Association. After successfully working together for some time with the AFA we joined the network of trusted fence industry professionals.
Posted on 13 February 2020 by Yves Spooren
A temporary fence is ideal to protect your property, but it also serves as a greeting card. People see your fence first and your building area or construction site later. So it’s important to leave a positive mark. A personalized name plate on your temporary fence for example is a great way to let people know who you are and what you can do.
Although a lot of people think a fence is just a fence, you know it can make a difference. Not every fence is the same. You can personalize your temporary fence by placing name plates on it. So people see in an instant which company is in charge.
The name of your company on your own fence is a nice way to present yourself. About 70 percent of our clients have personalized name plates. One of the mostly used fences in the Unitede States is the M450, a sturdy and reliable fence.
Posted on 23 January 2020 by Yves Spooren
You could even write a book about it. And a book has actually been written - it will be published in the autumn. It will be a best seller. Because it's not simply about site fencing, it's also about entrepreneurship.
Site fencing has been around for 50 years. We know this because, in 1966, Heras was the first to start series production of temporary fencing. Let me quickly run you through the 50 years of entrepreneurship in this blog.
Posted on 09 January 2020 by Yves Spooren
A lot of requirements have to be satisfied at a building site and a lot of things must be taken into account. You must observe all legal requirements and regulations and guarantee the safety of your workers, local residents, and passers-by. You also want to limit criminality and inconvenience to traffic, yet at the same time provide speedy access for authorized individuals. You can deal with all issues in one go when you install the right temporary fences and gates. How can temporary fences provide added value? And, how can fences guarantee safety and security?
Posted on 05 December 2019 by Lou Spierings
Every one of our “People” answered “Planet” when we asked them what they, as an organization, would like to focus on more. It is wonderful that corporate social responsibility comes from our very own people at Heras Mobile Fencing & Security. It’s another thing to actually try to turn these words into actions. How do we do this?
Posted on 14 November 2019 by Yves Spooren
Your building site’s entrance should not be an invitation to steal or vandalize. Moreover, your entrance should not cause frustration in the drivers of arriving and departing construction vehicles. An entrance to your building site should impress on authorized visitors to treat the terrain with respect. So, how do you make an obstacle-free and burglar-proof entrance that suits your building site? This blog provides insight into the pros and cons of purchasing a sliding gate, sliding mobile fence, or a swing gate.
Posted on 24 October 2019 by Yves Spooren
Opportunity makes the thief. He just wants to quickly make a haul and takes whatever he finds. Heave ho, over that fence, cut the power lines and he's out of there. Securing the storage sheds from the inside is pointless, because before someone can respond to the call, the bird has already flown. What can you do to discourage the occasional thief before he decides to take action?
Posted on 10 October 2019 by Yves Spooren