Chain link fence can be used in residential neighborhoods balancing the needs of the homeowner, aesthetic concerns and value.
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Chain link fence has been the standard for years for ball fields and tennis courts and continues to be so today. It is a highly durable, functional, and cost effective solution for most applications. Its use on ball fields is unparalleled because of its durable nature. The chain link framework will support windscreen which is frequently installed around tennis courts and outfield fencing.
An attractive alternative to the traditional galvanized is the color vinyl-coated version. This gives the chain look a colored look by placing a colored vinyl coating over the galvanized chain link. The colors available are black, brown, and green.
Chain link has traditionally stood guard over commercial, industrial and government property, protecting the perimeters of airports, manufacturing facilities, mining operations, motor pools, vehicle fleets and hazardous areas.
There are a couple of ways to enhance the aesthetic view within a commercial or industrial setting- color chain link and the addition of colored slats. Many towns have ordinances that require certain commercial areas, such as dumpsters, to be slatted in so they are blocked from view.
In situations that require high security, employing the full offering of the chain link system is key. These include the effective integration of gates, gate operators, heavy-duty fence materials, razor tape and barbed wire during the design process. Considerations when planning your high-security fence project include line of sight, materials, gate and gate operators and level of security.
When designing perimeter security, you have to ask what level of security is needed and that is dictated by how sensitive or valuable the assets are that are being protected. And by level of security, what we really mean is how long it takes someone to get through the perimeter.
Gates are the largest areas for potential security breaches, and you can cut down manpower requirements through automation. This requires the design of appropriate gates, gate operators and access control systems using the right fence materials that may include anti-climbing, anti-cutting and/or terrorism resistance features.
In response to increasingly higher threat levels and the corresponding government-required security upgrading, the chain link industry has developed a wide range of cost-effective high security, anti-intrusion, perimeter security systems. These new systems can be designed to help solve the challenges facing correctional facilities as they work to Harden perimeters, fight against tunneling, cutting, and climbing escape/access, enhance their ability to monitor facilities and surrounding areas, and maximize scarce financial resources.
We believe that each fence should be a function of need and design so we would like to help you find the right fence.