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Maximize Your Animal Fencing Investment from Rust Attack

Posted on: January 22nd, 2016 by byersbushblog

If you live on a farm you probably have quite a bit of animal fencing around your home. Not only that but you know what a major investment all that fencing is. If you’re sick and tired of paying to have fencing replaced on your property you can save yourself some money by paying to have it protectively coated before you put it in in the first place.

The Benefits of a Coating

A good powder coat finish will improve the look of your fencing, extend its lifespan and even give it a more pleasant texture when handling it. It will make the fencing smoother to hold and likely easier to install. When you have the coating put on your more expensive fencing you’ll know that your investment is going to pay off over time.

Spend Money to Save Money

You’ll spend quite a bit of money to have fencing protectively coated, but when that fencing is a large investment for your company it’s often worth the added expense. Imagine that one protective coating doubles the lifespan of the fencing that you put on your property. That would represent some pretty significant savings for you and with the right coating that’s entirely possible depending on your local weather conditions.

By spending a bit more than the purchase price of the fencing, you can have it all protected against the elements so that you won’t have to replace it in five years or even ten years.

Save Time

Not only will you save yourself money by having your fencing protectively coated, you’ll save time as well. When you pay for such a procedure you don’t have to worry about taking the time to remove fencing and install new stuff nearly as often. That represents a huge amount of time saved and that alone is often a good enough reason to pay to have the coating put on.

Only Protect Expensive Fencing

While it makes sense to protect some fencing, there are other types of fencing that simply shouldn’t be powder coated. For example, low coast fencing like chicken wire, and other cheap alternatives that aren’t designed to hold up very long shouldn’t be given a protective coating. Instead they should simply be replaced when the time comes.

That’s because the price of the fencing doesn’t justify the price of the coating. Even if it double the lifespan of the fencing it likely wouldn’t pay for itself. You should only protect your more robust fencing that is likely to wear out and that will cost enough to cover the cost of the protective coating well. Just get estimates for protective coatings, and if the coating costs more than the fence itself it likely isn’t a justified expense.

Get Professional Protection

When having this work done it’s important that you rely on a professional to coat your fencing. Pros can get the job done much faster than small-scale companies can, especially when dealing with large-scale fencing. When you work with a company like Byers Bush you get guaranteed quality work, and you won’t have to wait weeks or months for the work to be finished. It’s completed in a timely manner and you’re left with more reliable and durable fencing than what you started with.

Taking the time to protect your investment around the farm is a good step in the direction toward being more profitable. Raising animals isn’t cheap, but extending the life of your fencing is one way that you can save some money along the way. Just consider the different providers in your area and only work with a reputable company that’s going to do a good job on your coating.

Contact Byers Bush to get the professional powder coating protection for your fencing equipment and maximize the value of your investment in animal fencing.

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