Get your Electrified Fencing from us today!

Violence, crime and violation of privacy. All these negative connotations are worrisome and serious concerns. Fencing Technologies is a trusted and high quality provider of electrified fencing in the surrounding areas of Gauteng. Stop feeling threatened in your own home. Get your Electrified Fencing from us today!

Residential properties mostly use electric fencing, but farmers also use electrified fencing as a barrier for their livestock. 

An electric fence is a simple, effective and a technologically advanced method keeping your home and loved ones safe.

Electrified Fencing is an affordable and durable alternative to guard dogs, surveillance home security systems, biometric fingerprint readers or even the neighbourhood watch(all aforementioned are great useful for keeping safe and should not be discounted as security measures), however Electrified Fencing from Fencing Technologies is the ultimate solution to avoid intrusion attempts.

Since the installation of the Electrified Fencing is done with the highest quality materials and expert security technicians, the maintenance costs for electrified fencing are kept to a minimum.

Fencing Technologies complies with the highest calibre of standards and we’re recognized throughout Gauteng.

Avoid unnecessary insurance issues and a possible intrusion with Fencing Technologies electrified fencing. Electrified fencing is the probably the most valuable investment for your home.

The voltage system is configured and monitored with detection barriers. Fencing Technologies will adapt the Electrified Fencing specific to your home and perimeter.

Electric fences are designed in such a way that the fence charger, alternatively known as a fence controller or energizer reacts to anything touching it. Rest assured that Fencing Technologies uses the highest quality materials. In our South African climate, the electrified fencing is installed and maintained in such a way that it resists harsh sun exposure damage as well as heavy rains and winds. 

Maintaining Your Security Fence

3 Tips For Maintaining Your Security Fence:

South Africa has a high crime rate and it would be amiss of any homeowner not to take the right precautionary measures. A security fence is a great security measure to install in your home; it makes it difficult for intruder to trespass. As effective as a security fence may be, you need to maintain it properly so that it may continue to protect you and your loved ones. more…

Convenience of Gate Automation

With the ever-rising crime rate in South Africa, one has to take the right precautionary measures. To secure homes and businesses, people have installed reliable security systems and alarms. The Convenience of Gate Automation is that it also provides additional security. The mechanism in automated gate systems makes it difficult for potential intruders to open your gate, thereby deterring them from even trying. In addition to security, automated gates make it easy for you to enter and exit your home; you don’t need to get out of your car to open or close the gate.  more…

Electric Fencing

Advantages of Installing Electric Fencing:

South Africa is notorious for having one of the highest crime rates in the world. According to Stats SA, house burglaries are the “most feared” crimes in South Africa. In 2015 alone, over 500 000 home invasions were reported (Business Tech, 2015). What these statistics reveal is that we are not safe in our homes, thus we need to take the necessary security precautions. Electric fencing systems provide the security that is needed to get through living in a country with an ever-increasing crime rate. more…

Enhance your Security

Enhance your Security with Fencing Technologies

The crime rate in South Africa seems to always be on the increase. Every day one reads new reports about law abiding, hardworking citizens who have become victims to criminals, in their very own homes no less! It is one thing learning how to be aware of potential criminal threats when you are out on the road in your car. more…

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