You have several different choices for your new chain link fence. Each type provides long-lasting security for homes and families.
Residential chain link fabric should be “knuckled” at the top and bottom so family members will not be exposed to sharp edges. See below for chain link fence types and their characteristics.
Estate fences are designed using different colors and styles of the fence and often are constructed of black,
color-coated fence materials and square posts. Stylish caps can be used on the posts to add a final touch of distinction.
Metallic-coated fabric and posts are the traditional building blocks for chain-link fencing.
Strong and sensible, metallic-coated chain-link is the most economical material choice.
Due to improved manufacturing processes, today’s metallic-coated chain-link lasts longer than ever.
Low maintenance, efficiency, safety, and style can be synonymous.
Vinyl pool enclosures are an HOA friendly way to ensure everyone has a code compliant safety barrier whether inside or outside the pool gates.
Vinyl's durability in high traffic entry and exit of perimeters makes it a perfect option for a Residential enclosure.
Color-coated chain link is formed when a layer of colored material is applied to a chain-link fence.
Coatings are made of either colored vinyl or polymers and should be UV (ultraviolet) stable so colors won’t fade. Color choices include black, green and brown.
The color coating also prevents the fence from rusting, helps it blend into the surroundings and has a smoother finish that’s perfect for children.