Chain Link Fence Is Durable
Secure and low-cost general chain link fencing material that is widely used in a variety of situations. The fencing is made with heavyweight 9-gauge galvanized steel wire on a large frame. It is also available in lightweight 11-gauge wire. For extra distinction, the chain link fence can also be ordered with black, brown or green vinyl coated wire. The vinyl coated chain link is a heavy 9-gauge fabric that is ideal for many fencing purposes. Chain link fencing is available in 4-, 5- and 6-foot heights.
For commercial work, we can install 8-, 10- and 12-foot chain link including barbed wire. Delta Fence & Construction is a national leader in commercial chain link fencing installation with the development of special fencing equipment. visit fence installation instructions to learn more.
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Chain Link FAQS
A chain-link fence is one of the many types of fences you can use in improving your home’s security. It is made of durable and secure materials that come at a reasonable price. The fencing is made with heavyweight 9-gauge galvanized steel wire on a large frame, though you can also find the 11-gauge wire. Chain-link fences can have a vinyl-coated wire in several colors, such as black, brown, or green. For vinyl-coated links, a piece of heavy fabric is highly recommended.
Call our professional fencer if you want to guarantee secure and well-aligned chain-link fences in your properties. Though some people consider DIY chain-link fencing, it is highly recommended to seek professional help. This is because self-installed chain-link fences are prone to many problems, including uneven alignment and spacing.
Installing a chain link fence has an average estimated range of $2000-$5000. Keep in mind there are myriad variables that add to or reduce costs. This includes a 200-feet long, 4-feet high, and 9-gauge 2-inch diamond galvanized steel chain-link installed in a 4 feet wide gate. If you want to know how much it would cost you to install a chain-link in your properties, call us at (906) 786-1076 to get a FREE quote.