Chain Link Fencing
Chain link fencing is very common as a commercial and residential fencing option. It is fairly utilitarian in its design. It offers a sturdy containment, whilst also being extremely economical.
The chain link is a woven web type pattern that is typically galvanized metal wire, linked together. Chain link fencing posts are usually no more than 10 feet apart, and set in concrete or driven deeply into the soil to provide an anchor. The webbing is then stretched by the team and wired to the anchor posts. The web is then fixed with aluminum wire to the posts, providing strength and the tension needed to keep the fence in place.
Why Should I Call a Professional?
While the chain link fence is extremely common, it can give even the most competent person problems. The stretching of the webbing can be extremely difficult without multiple persons. It can result in a saggy, incompetent fence. Without proper anchoring in the support posts, they can fall down or erode at the base. Contact us today to get a free quote on your new chain link fence now!