Snow fence is a Tarps Plus specialty. Snow fencing can be used for sporting events, construction site barriers and safety fences. Snow fences are supplied by Tarps Plus with an increased demand all over the country to the cities and the ski resorts as we know that our heavy duty durable snow fence will be durable as well as last long. When it comes to mentioning the industry leader, our SL25 is the best. We make it with the color orange, which is a standard color and that is favorite for using to control the crowds in outdoor sporting events and also gives high visibility. To help have a strong barrier as well to help see through the material, our design is the flat design.
Material: High density polyethylene
Ultraviolet resistance: Fully stabilized
Temperature range: -60 degrees F. to 180 degrees F
Snow fence tensile yield: 3200 psi
Snow fence tensile strength: 2600 psi
Nominal Mesh Opening: 2-1/2" x 1"
Our warning barrier fence has been manufactured to withstand heavy winds. The dynamics of lightweight and durability make our snow fence the industry leader.
Snow fence also known as safety fence can be used as a barrier on a ski slope or construction fence to use as a barrier. Our snow fence is very heavy duty and made out of tough poly plastic which will last season after season. So, if you are looking for barrier fence that will last, try our snow fence.
How To Install A Snow Fence
Putting up a snow fence is popular idea in some areas where a great deal of snow tends to accumulate. Though there are a few options when considering the type of material you want your fence to install it remains generally the same.
Once you have decided what kind of fence you will need you also want to stop by your local shop and get yourself some gloves, a good sturdy roll of string, fencing pliers, a sledge hammer, some clips and wooden posts to secure it into the ground.
Begin by placing the in the direct path of the wind, installing on an angle will help the final product withstand the wind. One by one hammer each of the posts into the ground, leaving the flattest side of the post facing the fence itself with approximately 8 inches between each post. Use a piece of string to identify the areas where you will be placing your posts by having a piece of string stretched out to the length of your fence.
Secure onto each post by attaching some clips remembering to keep it as taught as possible as you go along from one post to the next. Though it's important to keep the fence snugly stretched throughout its installation to keep it from twisting and getting caught within itself be certain to ensure that by the time you've reached the end the whole fence is snugly in place.
When you have completed putting up your fence secure it at both ends by adding additional support such as wires to ensure it is solid. Though not necessary some people opt to plant bushes to help add extra support to the fence.
It's a good idea to ask a friend or family member to assist you though it's not a complicated job it is one that is much easier done with an extra pair hands. As you can imagine the best time to start your project is in the fall before the ground freezes over from the cold weather or the first snowfall. You can also lay a tarp along the perimeter of the snow fence to manage the snow.