It takes an unchecked wind of less than 20 mph, a few inches of snowfall, and some unlucky timing, and you’ve got bad conditions, blinding conditions, unpredictable drifting – and some costly snow removal problems.
It is a battle that never quite ends. Installing wood-slat and wire snow fence is tough enough at 180 lbs per every 100 linear feet. Maintaining it as it rots, sags, breaks, and topples, is a major chore that drains resources and patience. Eventually, the job is a combination of “jury-rigging” and clean-up: repair what you can, save what you can, roll it up, carry it, and look forward to next season.
There is a different solution: a high-density polyethylene fence that weighs 39 lbs every 100 linear feet, lasts up to 20 years, and stands up to 100 mph winds. A fence that provides — even in the junction zones where other plastic fences are weakest — the tensile strength of mild steel. This Snow Fence has a high modulus, and the backing of years of research. It is engineered to direct the drift, and make the difference in your operation.