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Contract Bear Proof Electric Fencing Installation
Margo Supplies specializes in the custom design of structures that successfully address bear problems. Our diverse site experience includes: outpost/outfitter camps, landfill sites, mining operations and other resource industrial locations.
All installations are based on a well thought out design plan utilizing only the highest quality materials. This, combined with fastidious attention to structural details and electrical integrity, experience in bear behaviour and extensively equipped mobile teams have earned us a solid reputation for professional results across North America.
BENEFITS OF BEAR PROOFING
Electric fencing of industrial sites prevents bears from becoming problem animals. Our professional installations provide safety for your personnel, prevent damage to your property and eliminate costly work stoppages. In the case of recreational/outfitter camps, security is achieved for your guests.
Landfill sites that have excluded bears with Margo electric fence systems, have provided safety to users and workers. Furthermore, the life of landfill sites have been greatly extended, which has resulted in substantial financial savings. This is achieved by replacing active cell cover material from gravel to tarps. Our electric fence installations have provided definite economic benefits for our clients.
BENEFITS OF PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION
Professional installation requires knowledge in structural reliability (system design, material selection and specialized equipment), electrifying wire, and bear behaviour. Our knowledge and skills come from years of collective experience. Our procedures on grounding techniques and Megger earth testing, as well as anchoring practices, are a result of years of field experience in a wide variety of difficult terrains mountain, muskeg, bush, permafrost, blast rock, Canadian Shield, steep slopes and loose soils. With specialized equipment and knowledge, we have the ability to deliver our product in environmentally sensitive areas with a minimum footprint.
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