according to purdue university, 'when wind increases from 10 to 30 miles per hour, the force on a solid fence increases nine times.' special skills or tools are not necessary to build a strong fence. more materials are required because the fence posts are spaced closer together, sunk deeper and braced with additional girts, or crossbeams.
looking for weather and hurricane-proof fencing? fortress fence products has fencing options that don't catch wind, they don't rot, and they can take a beating. your traditional wood privacy fence is unlikely to survive high winds intact no matter how sturdy its posts are. it simply catches too much wind to withstand a big storm. in the
the threat of hurricane dorian prompted watches and warnings for residents along the atlantic coast of florida, georgia, south carolina and north carolina as the ferocious storm moved north.
the best fence for your home. including the different types of fences that are available, as well as personal taste and budget. 'above normal' atlantic hurricane season on tap, researchers say
fences and hurricanes: what you should know november 4, 2016 now that hurricane season has ended, it’s the time to assess your fencing situation and consider upgrading to a fence that can withstand the possible storms of next season.
best fences for areas with high winds by read on as we explore the best fence types to withstand the wear and tear that high winds can have on the structure, as well as tips and tricks for installing and maintaining them. picket fences. known to be both warm and welcoming, picket fences are probably one of the most common out there, and are
installing a fence in a hurricane-prone area? 3 tips for disaster-proof fencing . posted on: 18 june 2015 whether you are a contractor or a homeowner, you need to know which fences stand the best chance against the high winds and possible flooding that can come when a hurricane strikes.