Restrict Tresspassing

Restrict Tresspassing:

To restrict trespassing, the height of the  is critical. The minimum suggested height is 6ft and it can go as high as 12ft. For vacant lands where agriculture is to be practiced soon, it is recommended to go for a 6ft high fence using either a stone/concrete or iron posts. If budget permits, concertina coil can be installed over the top of the fence to reduce trespassing occurrences significantly.

4 Steps for the Best Security System to Prevent Trespassing:

You’ve worked hard to purchase your home, and you want to make sure it’s safe and secure. Obviously, it’s impossible to be everywhere on your property at once, and you need to ensure no one’s trespassing.

Here are a few tips on how you can keep people from trespassing on your property, including security devices that’ll help you out.

1. Put up private property and no trespassing signs:

If you don’t have “No Trespassing” and “Private Property” signs around your land, it’s possible people might not even know they’re trespassing in the first place, especially if your property isn’t fenced in.

Some landowners recommend placing a sign every 50 yards along the property border. These signs can also help in the legal sense if you were to catch someone on your property, as you’ve indicated they would be breaking the law if they were to go onto your land.

If you have a home security system, be sure to prominently display a home security sign. Knowing a home is monitored by a security system can act as a deterrent to potential trespassers.

2. Create borders around your property:

Another great way to keep people off of your land is to create borders around your property. This can be a traditional fence or even plant borders. If you go with a fence, consult local fencing ordinances in your city or county and speak with your neighbors to request their permission.

Plant borders can also be effective, as they’ll keep people from being able to see into your property. These borders can include shrubs, perennial grasses, and trees. The best types of plants for border protection will depend on where you live.

3. Know your neighbors:

Make sure you get to know your neighbors well. Go around and introduce yourself to everyone in your house’s vicinity. Ask them about any trespassing incidents they’ve experienced and what security measures they’re taking to prevent it. Also, let them know you intend to respect their property boundaries and you expect them to do the same for you.

4. Install security cameras:

If you truly want the best home security system for your property, you should install outdoor cameras.

Another middle solution which is cheaper than installing concertina would be to install razor wires on an incline Hi Coat post on top of the main fence-able area to prevent trespassing.

  

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