Safety and flexibility makes chain link fencing a great solution for animal-proofing your home.
Consumers today have several different choices for their chain link fencing. Each type provides consumers with long-lasting security for their homes and families. Residential chain-link fabric should be "knuckled" at the top and bottom so family and animals are not exposed to sharp edges.
More flexible than other fencing solutions, chain link fencing can be installed around existing boundaries; the green chain will blend seamlessly into other landscape features. A bottom line wire runs along the ground, strained tight to prevent dogs pushing underneath.
This fencing is perfect for dogs and deer and for keeping out foxes and other nighttime animals - it can be installed to a variety of heights to suit your garden and needs.
Chain link fencing is a type of woven fence usually made from galvanized or coated steel wire. The wires run vertically and are bent into a zig-zag pattern so that each "zig" hooks with the wire immediately on one side and each "zag" with the wire immediately on the other. This forms the characteristic diamond pattern seen in this type of fence.
The popularity of chain link fencing is due to its relatively low cost and ease of installation. A further advantage is that due to the open weave, chain-link fences are transparent, and do not obscure sunlight from either side of the fence. If a semi-opaque fence is desired, this can be achieved by the insertion of slats into the mesh.
CHAIN LINK FENCING INSTALLATION
Chain Link Fences are extremely common because of their low cost and versatility. They are very durable, but you will eventually have to do a little Chain Link Fence Repair to keep them looking good. If you have the time you can repair your own chain link fence, but if not just contact us and we can help.
Low cost secure fence.
Installed with concrete posts
Installed with concrete gravelboards
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