G & L Fencing supplies and constructs top quality game and security electric fencing systems in South Africa and the neighbouring states. We are suppliers of a large range of fencing materials in steel, wire and fencing electrification products.
Game fencing consultation:
G & L Fencing offers a consultation service for fence planning, design and maintenance. It happens frequently in the game fencing industry that a client can waste vast amounts of money, only to find that he has been given the wrong advice by inexperienced contractors resulting that his game fencing and electrification is inadequate and will not protect the game species contained within.
Electric game fencing:
A game electric fence system consists of an electric energizer and an insulated fence. The energizer puts very short electrical pulses onto the fence line. These electrical pulses have a high voltage, but are of very short duration of less than 3/10,000ths of a second. A shock from an electric fence pulse is very uncomfortable and animals quickly learn to respect electric fences. An electric fence is thus a physical and a strong psychological barrier.
Electric fence monitor for game control:
Traditionally electric fence energizers for animal management control did not have a fence monitor to detect a break in the game fence. The detecting feature has become an integral part of game and animal control. It allows the user to monitor the condition of the fence at the energizer without having to patrol the fence regularly, thus saving time and money.
Game poaching is a huge problem faced by game reserves and game farms. G & L Fencing supplies and installs electric fencing energizers with security features to assist in this battle.
Benefits of an electric fence for game:
1. Requires less material to construct.
2. Flexibility to change or add paddocks when required.
3. The use of strip grazing techniques can allow temporary fencing to be quickly and easily erected or removed.
4. Controls a broader range of animal species.
5. Minimizes damage to expensive game and fences.
Game fencing installation areas:
G & L Fencing installs game fencing and service customers in Pretoria, Centurion, Midrand, Johannesburg, Rosslyn, Brits, Witbank, Bronkhorstspruit, Rayton, Cullinan and the rest of Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Limpopo, North West, Free State, Kwazulu-Natal, Western Cape, Northern Cape and Eastern Cape to cover all areas in South Africa. Outside our borders we do Mozambique, Swaziland, Lesotho, Botswana and Zimbabwe.
For all your electric fencing requirements, G & L Fencing can be contacted at 082 891 2038.
G & L Fencing is a manufacturer and fencing contractor in Pretoria specialising in security fencing, electric fencing, game fencing, palisade fencing and security gate installations for domestic, commercial, industrial and agricultural use all over South Africa and neighbouring states. We offer a one-stop service for all of your security needs and installations can be done in each and every South African province, namely, Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Limpopo, North-West, Free State, KwaZulu-Natal, Northern Cape, Eastern Cape and the Western Cape. G & L Fencing Head Office is located at 35 Lavender Rd (Service road east of Lavender Rd. Closest junction is Borage st.), Wonderboom, Pretoria but we travel and install basically anywhere in South Africa where our expertise is required.
We do all fencing applications like wire fencing, wire panel fencing (like Clearvu, Securi-Vue, Betafence, Securifor and Nylofor), palisade fencing, wall top razor wire fencing, game farm fencing, security fencing and ultra-high security fencing, electrified fencing, sophisticated industrial fencing, computer controlled electrified fencing, rocket mesh and custom built security gates to customers in Pretoria, Centurion, Midrand, Johannesburg, Rosslyn, Brits, Witbank, Bronkhorstspruit, Rayton, Cullinan and the rest of Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Limpopo, North West, Free State, Kwazulu-Natal, Western Cape, Northern Cape and Eastern Cape to cover all areas in South Africa. Outside our borders we do Mozambique, Swaziland, Lesotho, Botswana and Zimbabwe.