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Chain-link lesson

Once you’ve decided you want a chain-link fence over wroght-iron, wood, or PVC vinyl or any other type of fencing, you may think you’ve made your final decision. However, there is a lot more to chain-link fencing to consider, and over the next few weeks we’ll look at those aspects using this article as a guide. First up, are the major components of a chain-link fence.

  • Fabric: The fabric is the “body” of a chain-link fence that fills in the space between the framework. Fabric comes in different gauges and with different coatings.
  • Framework: The framework is the metal poles that support and anchor the fabric. It too comes in different gauges.
  • Fittings: The fittings attach the fabric to the framework and come in many different shapes and sizes.
  • Gates: Not all fences have gates, but many do, and there are different designs to meet multiple purposes.

To learn more about chain-link fencing or to have a fence installed, contact us. We tell you more it and help you decide which options are right for you.

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