KENNARDS Hire , unlike some suppliers, does not impose a minimum quantity on temporary fencing. This means as little as one or two panels can be hired, making it ideal for small jobs.
A recent typical hire involved Markitforce, a specialist provider of efficient warehousing, packaging and distribution services for merchandising and point of sale material.
The company expanded the driveway of its warehouse in the Melbourne suburb of Clayton to cope with business growth and required temporary fencing for a weekend while the concrete cured.
General Manager Kevin Jemetta said his first call was to a specialist supplier.
"When I told them we needed just seven panels, and for only a few days, they suggested we call Kennards," he said.
"So we contacted the nearby Kennards branch in Clayton and found them to be great. They handled the hire, delivery, assembly and pick up of the temporary fencing with professionalism and care."
Kennards says the quality, Australian manufactured, 2.3m wide panels are quick and easy to erect and can be configured in many ways.
Concrete blocks, which hold the panels, have six holes to facilitate connections.
Customers can choose to pick up the fencing themselves or have them delivered.