A chain link fence, otherwise known as chain “length” or chain wire fence, can be a good fit for a home or commercial property. Flexible and built to withstand harsh weather conditions and other damaging forces, these fences and gates provide high security for your property. They are faster and easier to install, making them a more affordable option.
There are several different colors and height options – black, white, green, and 4 foot, 5 ft, 6 ft, 8 ft, 10 ft, 12 foot, 14ft and 16 foot – for your chain link fence or gate, and they can serve many purposes.
Designating Boundaries – A chain link fence delineates property lines without blocking the view, which is why many homeowners like having them. For added privacy and appeal, you can add privacy slats or inserts and a coating, such as in a black vinyl coated chain link fence.
Security – Commercial grade chain link security fencing types are regularly used by industrial and commercial properties because of their affordability, versatility, and ability to keep trespassers away. Residential homeowners like them because they contain pets and children. Installing a chain link fence extension for a dog run with a roof will keep muddy paws from dirtying up your house!
Baseball Fields – Chain link wire mesh fencing is everywhere you look at a baseball field. Sports fields use it for several reasons, from sectioning off seating to ticket sales.
Chain Link Fence Contractor
Building a quality chain link fence needs to be done by a professional fence company who knows how to do it right.
Call Certified Fencing at (208) 449-2040 or fill out our online form for a free estimate on fence installation or repair for your residential, industrial, or commercial property.
Call Certified Fencing at (208) 449-2040 or fill out our online form below for a free estimate on fence installation or repair for your residential, industrial, or commercial property.