Temporary Fence

With over 55 years of construction fence experience and after installing more than 100,000 feet of temporary fencing across the Midwest, we can help you with the latest rental fencing technology and the newest and greatest security solutions. Our temporary fencing systems can help create the security and protection needed for a variety of projects from run of the mill construction, marathons, concert venues and anything else that could benefit from temporary barriers. Anywhere you need to limit access or increase protection, we have all the rental fence options you need.

Providing industry competitive pricing and top of the line options for temporary fence rentals in the Midwest is what we do. Our professional staff will assist you with choosing the ideal rental fence solution to suit your needs. We have thousands of rental fence panels, posts, barricades and fabric on-hand—ready for delivery and installation across the Midwest. We have access to a wide variety of rental fence options, including standard chain link rental fence and anti-climb rental fence. We also have the materials and skills to customize your temporary fence to fit your specifications.

Anti-Climb Rental Fence

The Anti Climb temporary fence option is the most durable and safest temporary fencing option for construction and event site security. These temporary fence panels consist of 99 vertical and 13 horizontal wire that also protrude past the tube. If anyone managed to find a way to climb this fencing, they would still be met with a nasty surprise at the top. For an extra boost of security for temporary fencing, look to anti-climb rental fence. This style of rental fence has C-brackets installed on all four corners, has narrow rectangular mesh, and is welded on all sides for a stronger frame. This style of temporary fencing was created to prevent thieves and vandals and any other unauthorized personnel from accessing your job site.

Chain Link Rental Fence

Temporary chain link post and fabric fence installation is performed by driving posts into the ground or with sandbags. Temporary chain link fence is the most common way to create a solid and continuous barrier around a job site. 

To learn more about temporary fence rentals, connect with a project manager!