Chain-Link Fencing

Residential Chain-Link Fences

Known for their strength and durability, residential chain link fences are one of the most cost-effective ways to secure your property. It’s also a practical option if you have children and/or pets.

We stock galvanized and popular all-color coated chain link products in 48", 60" or higher. We also carry a full line of vertical plastic inserts and traditional diagonal inserts and screening.

Many of our customers will use color chain links in less visible areas of their property, while opting for ornamental fencing in more noticeable areas. Both products can be built anywhere.

Commercial Chain-Link Fences

These are an economical option for commercial or industrial properties. Chain links are ideal for:

  • Baseball Fields
  • Batting Cage
  • Tennis Courts
  • And More

How Our Installation Process Works

The installation of a chain-link fence involves setting posts into the ground and attaching the fence to them. The posts are made of steel tubing, set in a hole, and filled with concrete, corner, or gate posts – referred to as "anchor posts". Posts set between the anchor posts are called "in line" and are set at no less than 10 ft. apart.

A chain-link fence is attached at one end, stretched, and attached. Finally, it is tied to the line posts with aluminum wires. In many cases, a bottom tension wire may be stretched between terminal posts to help maximize the strength at the bottom of the chain link mesh between posts.

Once stretched, this wire should be secured to the line posts and the chain-link mesh "hog ringed" to the tension wire 2' on the center. The installation of this wire is generally done prior to the installation of the chain-link mesh.