Fences have existed for thousands of years. The first fences were created using very simple materials like rocks, and even trees in order to show territory lines, and keep domesticated animals from getting away. But of course, as you might imagine, the simple concept has evolved significantly over time.
With spring lurking around the corner, you're putting all the pieces in place for your lawn care, your air conditioning checkup and your pool cleaning. That means it's also a great time to think about conducting maintenance on your electric fence gate, whether it's your home gate or a business.
When you own a commercial property or manage a business, you have a lot of important decisions to make. These include both the internal affairs of running your business, but also ensuring that the building and property are maintained and secure. Many businesses have benefited from investing in fence gates for their property.
A fence is only as good as its gate. Nowhere is this more true than in the case of prize livestock; where the individual inside the fence is highly valued, be it a herd of alpacas, a thoroughbred race horse or even your child's cherished pony.
Although I'm sure Area 51 and top secret government facilities have some of the strongest, most durable, and resilient fences and gates money can buy, your facility doesn't have to be a highly classified military compound to benefit from a high quality commercial fence and gate system.