Temporary Commercial Fence Rental

6'-Drive-In-Post-Chain-Link

6′ Drive In Post Chain Link

As a construction contractor, one of your responsibilities is to comply with all laws pertaining to your construction project. OSHA, the Occupational Health and Safety Administration, has set federal standards for how construction sites are set up and maintained. One of those requirements is that sites must be made secure by setting up a temporary perimeter fence, with specific requirements regarding height, wind resistance and other technical specifications.

OSHA-Compliant Temporary Commercial Fence Rentals

The temporary commercial fence rental inventory at Statewide Rent-A-Fence meets or exceeds OSHA requirements, as well as those of Washington State’s DOSH program. Using our safety barriers, you avoid paying the fines associated with failing to meet OSHA and DOSH requirements, and you increase the productivity of the job by providing a distraction-free work area for employees and subcontractors. Other benefits are avoidance of vandalism and theft, public safety and protection from trash and debris.

Over One Million Feet of Construction Site Safety Barrier Inventory

Fabric-Covered-Panel-Fencing

Fabric Covered Panel Fencing

Statewide Rent-A-Fence has one of the most flexible temporary fence systems in the industry, usually able to enclose a new construction site with sturdy panel fencing very quickly. If your construction site covers a very large area and/or requires a greater degree of security, our temporary drive-post fence may be just what you need. Available in various height and with various supplemental accessories to meet your exact requirements, we can meet all your security and safety needs. We can also help with temporary special event, emergency and seasonal fencing, so call or email us today for a free quote.

 

Temporary Construction Safety Barriers

Serving all of Washington State including the Seattle, Spokane, Tacoma, Bellingham, Olympia, Ellensburg, Yakima, Pasco and Kennewick areas, and parts of northern Idaho and northeastern Oregon since 1958


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