Unlike many fencing companies, we install your fence with at least 60 pounds of concrete on all fence posts. We never cut corners and go to every length to ensure your fence is professionally installed.
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We provide high quality chain link at an affordable price. Chain link is your most cost effective option for securing large perimeters, whether it be a construction zone or business property.
WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO MAKE A CHAIN LINK FENCE?
What is pipe size? How is it used?
Pipe size refers to the diameter of a pipe, and it’s specified with two dimensionless (no physical units) numbers: Nominal Pipe Size (NPS) and gauge. NPS is the inside diameter of the hole, while outside diameter takes into account the gauge of the pipe.
What is pipe gauge? Why does it matter?
Basically, pipe gauge is the thickness of the pipe wall, but it’s more complicated than that. It’s more like a category that defines the ratio of NPS to wall thickness. To further understand the relationship between pipe size, gauge, and wall thicknesses, it’s easiest to refer to a conversion chart.
What is mesh size? How is it used?
Mesh size refers to the distance between parallel wires forming the diamond shapes of your fence. Smaller sizes mean tighter meshes.
What is mesh gauge? Why does it matter?
Your mesh gauge refers to the thickness of the wire used in your fence. Higher gauge numbers mean thinner wires.
What is selvage?
Selvage refers to the way your fence mesh is finished at the top. Twisted selvage selvage offers more security, while Knuckled selvage helps prevent injury.