Chain link fences are versatile. They’re used to secure property, surround athletic fields and add style to backyards. They’re great at keeping kids and pets from straying into the street, or wildlife from invading a garden. Chain link comes in a variety of strengths and styles. It takes a bit of research to find the right type of fence for your needs.
At Pacific Fence, we work hard to make sure our customers find the right fencing for their projects. This summary of chain link fencing types will give you an idea of the variety of fencing available. Contact us if you need more information about our fences.
Aluminum Chain Link Fencing
Aluminum chain link fencing resists corrosion and weathering. It can last for as long as 25 years. Aluminum chain link is commonly used around schools and commercial properties because of its flexibility and durability. Aluminum coated chain link is also available. Pick aluminum if you need to build a fence in a corrosive environment.
Zinc Galvanized Wire Fencing
Fencing coated with zinc can be galvanized either before or after the chain is woven. Zinc is the most common coating for a chain link fence. Galvanizing before weaving gives the wire a more consistent, clean appearance. Galvanized wire increases the durability of chain link fences. This type of fence looks great in backyards and around athletic fields. These fences can last for years with a minimum of maintenance.
Vinyl Coated Wire Fencing
Ready to play ball? This type of fence is commonly seen around baseball fields, children’s play areas and residential properties. It’s available in a variety of colors to match or enhance landscaping and buildings. The vinyl coating looks pleasing and protects the metal from weathering. Vinyl coating can be customized for both color and gauge.
Contact us at Pacific Fence today to request an estimate. You may also want to visit our showroom to see our selection of fences.