How Much Does It Cost to Hire an Event Fence Rental?

by Ella Wilson Love to write
If you are searching for event fence rentals in San Luis Obispo County, chances are that one of the top questions on your mind is, “How much will I have to pay for them?” Since you are interested in renting instead of buying, you more than likely are working with a relatively tight budget or simply want to save money on the overhead expenses associated with your event. Below is a brief overview of the costs associated with event fence rental in addition to several key tips that you should consider carefully before committing to any rental agreements.

What are the Costs Involved with Fence Rentals?

The national average of the rental rate to secure a 6’ x 60’ chain link fence and base for a full month is $240. However, the cost that you will pay for your specific rental is based on several key factors, including:

  • Size: There are some vendors that offer event fence rentals in San Luis Obispo County that are smaller or larger than the typical 6’ x 60’ dimensions. It is highly recommended to shop competitively to ensure you are getting the most value for your investment. However, make sure that you do not invest in a size that is an inappropriate fit for your venue and specific event needs. 

  • Type: What type of fence do you need? For example, a low-end chain link fencing option that is available from most suppliers is essentially a similar structure to a bike rack. On average, these types of fenced barricades usually run $70 for a single day. At the higher end of the pricing spectrum, you could invest in a 6 x 60’ chain link fence that comes with the corresponding bases in addition to a shade cloth and gate for $990. 

Would It Be Better to Buy the Fence?

When you look at the average rental costs and associated expense, it is understandable to wonder whether or not investing in the purchase of an event fence would be more feasible in the long run than just a temporary rental. One may compare this type of scenario to a house: paying a competitively-priced mortgage to own a home versus paying the same amount (if not higher) just to rent the property. However, the needs associated with fence rental are different from housing.

Unlike a house, you may only have a temporary need for a fence rental. Perhaps you need to protect a construction site for a specified duration but will no longer have any use for it at the completion of the project. On the other hand, you may need to fence off an area for an event – such as a music festival or outdoor trade show – and have no desire to keep the fence once the event is over. In addition to saving a considerable amount of money, basing your decision to rent or purchase this type of fence on your specific needs both short-term and long-term is the best approach to take.

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