Perimeter fencing whether chainlink, roll form or rigid panel weld mesh, can receive a tremendous amount of impacts and loading during a typical sports year – one of the reasons we have it in the first place.
Consequently, it’s good practice to regularly audit a fence line to ensure its structure remains sound, with no breaks or weld failures, and firmly attached to the system uprights. The latter should be assessed to ensure they remain perfectly vertical and soundly bedded in their foundations.
One should also ensure that the specification of the fencing remains relevant to the needs of the sport or activities being played and can deliver the performance being asked of it.
Again, the rule has to be if a problem is located; action remedial work as soon as possible as delay can result eventually in higher costs as well as creating health & safety concerns.