Chain Link Fencing For Different Projects
Chain link is a type of mesh which is suitable for both garden and security fencing, and commonly seen surrounding tennis courts. Chain link can be fixed in place on timber, metal and concrete fence posts, depending on the situation and personal preference.
Your chain link fencing should have the mesh supported on tensioned straining wires, so there needs to be a method of anchoring straining wires firmly at the ends and corners of the fence.
How to Build a Chain Link Fence
When constructing chain link fencing use straining posts which usually have some method of restraining the wires after initial erection, like wire strainers for example. The fence lines are always set out in straight lines between straining posts
Next a series of intermediate fencing posts to give lateral support to the fence usually set 3m apart are required, these are not always concreted into the ground. Chain link fencing can be erected on a range of posts, although posts which are purpose made are available in concrete and steel, frequently known as angle iron.
Chain link fencing mesh is available in a range of finishes and made from wire of different thickness. AVS sell galvanised finish and a green PVC finish.
The PVC finish we provide lasts much longer than some because the wire underneath the PVC has been galvanised to give corrosion protection. All rolls are normally 25m long.
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