Buying Material for Your Chain Link Fence

If you’re looking to install a chain link fence around your Ottawa property or home? Well, grab a pen and chair because we are the experts when it comes to chain link fences. Picking out the best material for your chain link fence will determine just how strong and long-lasting it will be. Let’s look at the situations where a chain-link fence would be the perfect option for your home.

Why you should choose a chain link fence for your home?

1. They Are Cost-Effective

A chain-link fence is one of the cheapest fences you can choose for your home. The cost-effective nature of the fence makes it a go-to design for most businesses and homes in Ottawa. The fence offers excellent strength and visibility compared to other fencing types.

2. They Provide Adequate Security.

A chain-link fence is sometimes referred to as a cyclone fence or hurricane fencing because of the tight security. The interlocked wires keep anything h wider than three inches outside the fence. The interlocked wires are secured by steel polls embedded firmly into the ground and sometimes in concrete. Because of their strength and reliability, chain link fences are sometimes used in airports, military bases, and containment facilities.

3. They Are Durable

A chain-link fence can last decades; it is one of the most durable fencing options in the market today. In addition to this, chain link fences are straightforward to install and maintain. If you choose to, you can have a chain-link fence as high as 12 feet tall. You can get a chain link fence customized to your desired design and taste. Some clients want galvanized steel for the chain-link steel or thicker steel for the fence. All these options are made available to the customer.

Chain-Link Materials You’ll Need for Your Fence.

Shopping for the best materials increases your odds of getting a good fence set up. Here are some of the materials you will need to install your chain link fence in no time

· Concrete Mix

Concrete mix is essential to place the fencing poles in because they create a strong base for the fence. There are many variants of concrete products in the market; we recommend the extra-strength concrete mix.

· Tension Wire and Bands

Tension wire runs through the wire mesh at the bottom to make it tighter. The bands connect the corner posts and can be tightened to increase tension on the wire mesh.

· Post Caps

If you are using hollow posts, post caps are essential to keep rain from falling into the posts. You can also have them installed for aesthetic purposes.

· Top Rail

The top of a chain-link fence has to be lined by a top rail. You can make your top rail custom by pre-ordering it.

· Rail Caps

You will need to rail caps to secure the top rail to the corner posts. You’ll find two types of rail caps, one that is inserted into the corner pole and another with a 90-degree ring that slides around the pole. They both get the job done.

Bottom Line

This process does not need to be stressful.  Contact Bytown Fence today for any questions! 

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