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Chain-Link

Chain-link fencing

USA Fence has the right fence to meet your needs, whether it is to increase security, define boundaries or enhance your home, business or commercial location.

For more than a century, chain-link fencing has been a popular choice for home and business owners, and with good reason. Chain-link is economical, secure and, with modern innovation, very versatile.

Chain-link can be is used to increase security, define boundaries or enhance your home, business or commercial location, and the professionals at USA Fence can help you make the right choice for your needs.

In residential settings, chain-link is used to protect and contain children and pets while allowing an unobstructed view of the property and its surroundings. New colors and design concepts allow for a custom fence that best suits a customer’s needs. Traditional galvanized chain-link is the popular choice for fencing third-, half and even one-acre lots because it’s economical.

Commercial and Industrial Chain-Link Fencing

Commercial and Industrial Chain-Link Fencing

Commercial and Industrial

Chain-link has numerous commercial, industrial and utility applications, and chief among these is that they create a safe and secure work environment for employees, customers and the general public

Using heavy-duty framework and fabric, industrial chain-link fence protects airports, military installations, public works facilities, manufacturing plants and other valuable — and potentially hazardous — corporate assets. Chain link protects vehicle fleets and corporate assets, secures inventory in warehouses, prevents intrusion into hazardous areas and is used around apartment complexes and public pools.

Heavy duty fence installations can be combined with automated and secure gate operators, barbed wire and mini-mesh fence that is hard to cut and climb to create a more secure installation.

It is also used behind ornamental iron to prevent reaching through the fence.

USA Fence has the right fence to meet your needs, whether it is to increase security, define boundaries or enhance your home, business or commercial location.

We sell and install chain-link fencing. There are three main types:

Residential Chain-Link Fencing

Residential Chain-Link Fencing

Residential

“Chain link is a natural for fencing yards to protect children and pets in urban and suburban neighborhoods around the country,” Bill Ullrich of a large chain link manufacturing company said. “For over a century it has been widely used because it is economical and secure, and with today’s innovations has become quite versatile.”

“Now with new colors and design concepts, chain link is being used in more residential settings,” he said. “Traditional galvanized chain link is used on small lots in high density areas and on larger 1/3, 1/2 and even one acre lots because it’s economical.”

“It is one of the most effective barriers home-owners can use to protect property, children and pets,” Ullrich explained. “You can see through it — the open weave gives people the opportunity to provide security while seeing both inside and outside the barrier. It doesn’t diminish your view; it just helps keep neighborhoods and people safe and secure.”

Commercial and Industrial Chain-Link Fencing

Commercial and Industrial Chain-Link Fencing

Commercial and Industrial

A chain-link fence is the number one way to create safe and secure work environments for employees, customers and the general public around commercial, industrial and utility installations in the world. Using heavy-duty framework and fabric, industrial chain-link fence protects airports, military installations, public works facilities, manufacturing plants and other valuable and potentially hazardous corporate assets.

“Chain link is primarily a perimeter security product, and is used because it is a cost effective way of adding security to commercial and industrial property,” Paul Harrison, president of a large chain link manufacturing company, said.

“Traditional metallic and more color-coated chain-link fences are being used in all kinds of commercial applications,” he said. “Chain link protects vehicle fleets and corporate assets, secures inventory in warehouses, prevents intrusion into hazardous areas and is used around apartment complexes and public pools.”

Heavy duty fence installations can be combined with automated and secure gate operators, barbed wire and mini-mesh fence that is hard to cut and climb to create a more secure installation.

It is also used behind ornamental iron to prevent reaching through the fence.

Recreational Chain-Link Fencing

Recreational Chain-Link Fencing

Recreational

The most recognized and perhaps the most common use of chain-link fence is its recreational application at play areas around the world, including at parks, playgrounds and sports facilities such as around tennis courts and baseball, softball, football and soccer fields. Wherever America plays, chain-link fence is there to protect.

Temporary chain-link fencing is also used for crowd control and to establish safety barriers in major special events surrounding bowl games, parades and 10K and marathon running events.

Fencing can be customized to create images or color schemes as they do at the Peachtree Road Race in Atlanta.

Chain-Link Fencing Gate

Chain-Link Fencing Gate

Gates

Gates come in two main operating styles and either can be fitted with electric or mechanical devices to open and close:

  • Electric slide: Heavy duty, positive chain drive, electronic controls with timer, safety
  • Electric swing: Residential and commercial heavy duty planetary drive, electronic controls, solar powered