Chain link fencing has long been a primary choice for a wide variety of residential, municipal and commercial needs. It’s relatively inexpensive, highly versatile, requires little time to install, and acts as an effective deterrent. It requires little maintenance, is weather resistant, durable, and can be designed in a variety of ways. Chain link fencing can offer a highly secure choice that’s also attractive with the modern options available. The following are just 4 common uses for chain link fencing.

Security for Property Perimeters

Chain link fencing enables individuals to see outside, allowing people on the inside to monitor people passing by and note any suspicious activity. Cameras can be mounted on top of the barrier and security cameras can see through the mesh. The fencing provides an extra level of security for structures and occupants. The barriers can also be equipped with barbed wire and razor wire.

Sports Fields

Few people think of sports fields as an application for chain link fencing, but it’s equally effective for schools, professional competitions, and community fields to prevent vandalism and deter unauthorized people from entering the area. Professional baseball and softball fields are just 2 sports that makes use of the fencing in the outfield and dug outs.

Equipment Enclosures

Vandals and thieves cost construction companies millions of dollars each year due to unsecured equipment and tools. Chain link fencing has the advantage of being able to be installed indoors and outdoors. The fencing can be erected from floor to ceiling within indoor locations. It’s the most popular way to secure a variety of sites where construction machinery and materials are stored to mining equipment, earthmovers, and even personal watercraft dealerships.

Housing Complexes

Chain link fencing provides an added level of safety and security for residents of housing complexes. The many options available ensures that the fencing is effective, provides an added level of privacy, and is attractive.


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