Physical security does not start at your front door any more; the emphasis is being placed on stopping the bad guys at the perimeter, which should be the first level of access to your property, and in order for that first level to be effective, you need a clear line of sight.
Even if you have a camera installed at the gates of a high wall surrounding your property, criminals have become so sophisticated that before you know it they have found another ruse that will assist them to gain access to your property.
The only type of perimeter security that will allow you as clear a line of sight as possible, and work more effectively with CCTV surveillance, will be well designed palisade fencing that cannot be climbed.
The idea is for your all your property security measures to work well together, from your perimeter security to burglar bars and alarms, but being able to see who is coming and going ranks high on the list for good security.
TopFence has been designing and manufacturing palisade fencing that has become the number one crime barrier in Cape Town for ten years now, bringing to this coastal region a quality of palisade fencing that can withstand all the corrosive elements of the blackest South Easter and still look good!
Not a detail has been missed in producing TopFence palisade fencing, from the galvanised components used in the manufacture of this unique palisade fencing system to the standard of workmanship that is evident at any TopFence installation.
TopFence also proves that security can be aesthetically pleasing and does not have to make your property look like a prison, in fact, because each fence is individually manufactured, it can be designed to enhance the visual aspect of your property and still serve as a powerful deterrent to criminals!
Any TopFence client who has already lived with this durable, effective and affordable palisade fencing will re-enforce the reputation for exceptional quality and service excellence earned by the team at TopFence, which should make it a lot easier for you to get serious about perimeter security sooner rather than later!