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Guide Rail Fences

Fence By Maintenance Service installs guide rails, which are fencing systems designed to keep people or vehicles from venturing into dangerous or off-limits areas. Two of the most popular options for guide rails (also referred to as guard rails) are timber and galvanized steel.

Guide Rail Installation for Various Applications

We are experienced at installing guide rails for a wide range of applications, including guardrail for primary and secondary roads maintained by municipalities. Fence By Maintenance Service has also been chosen as the preferred installer for guide rails for schools. We also work with private contractors to meet your guide rail fencing needs.
At Fence By Maintenance Service, no job is too big or too difficult for us to handle. We can develop solutions tailored to your project’s specific requirements and complete the project in a timely manner. Our expert team will evaluate your project needs and provide you with a quality design at a competitive price.

Why Choose Fence By Maintenance?

As your top choice for local guide rail installation, Fence By Maintenance Service has a highly-trained team and the tools to get the job done right. Since 1857, we have provided our clients with quality guide rail and fence installation services in Pittsburgh and the surrounding areas.
We believe in providing our clients with fair, competitive pricing, a two-year workmanship warranty, and strive to use quality American-made products in our installation as much as possible. Our professional crew has the equipment and the skills to complete your project and work to ensure that the job has been done right before leaving your property.


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Guide Rail FAQs

What purpose does a guide rail serve?

A guide rail serves to provide a safety barrier that is used to prevent a driver who has veered off the roadway from hitting objects beyond the guardrail.

What does a guardrail do?

The guardrail face functions to guide the vehicle back onto the road. The end terminal or the exposed end of the guardrail is outfitted to absorb energy. The impact head slides down the length of the guardrail, flattens, and redirects the guardrail away from the vehicle until it comes to a complete stop.

What types of guardrails are there?

There are three types of guardrails, including W-beams, standard highway, and traffic safety rails; Bolt-on, durable and inexpensive guardrails where rails are bolted onto the posts; Drop-in, feature brackets to slide the post onto the structure allowing for access to guardrail protected areas.

What are the common Guide Rail applications?

Guide rails are commonly used for applications such as protecting equipment from forklift damage and other industrial safety applications, preventing or minimizing accidents on roadways, protecting buildings from damage, protecting pedestrian walkways and providing barriers for transformer or workstation areas.
They can also be used for fencing for private installations, parking lot barriers, and work-zone safety installations, and more.

How long will a Guardrail last?

Guardrail life expectancies will vary. If the guardrail is hit often, it will likely need to be replaced sooner rather than later. The advantage of guardrails is that they are modular, meaning when one piece is damaged, you only need to replace that section, not the entire guardrail.

How can I tell if my Guardrail needs repaired?

A small dent or ding here and there will not affect how your guardrail performs. However, if your guardrail has bent posts or vertical tears, it is likely you will require repairs or replacement parts to ensure the guardrail is functioning at its best.

How much does Guardrail Installation cost?

Generally, the cost of a guardrail installation is roughly $4-$6 per foot. For each ton of highway guardrail, the cost is roughly $570 to $630. There are a variety of factors that affect the cost of your guardrail installation, which include the cost of permits, parts, grading the land, utilities, labor, and the type of guardrail you choose. For example, bolt-on guardrails can be less expensive than W-beams.