Chain Link Fence Installation

CHAINLINK FENCES

BLACK
GALVANIZED

Architectural Color Coated Chain Link Systems

Architectural color coated chain link systems are the natural choice for projects that require the aesthetically pleasing benefits of color, and the dependable security of chain link. Available in environmentally-inspired colors – brown, green and black – color coated chain link systems blend naturally with the environment and allow the beauty of the landscape and architecture to show through.

The architectural color coating is applied to the wire in one of three ways, Extruded (Good), Extruded & Adhered (Better) or Fused & Adhered (Best), and each method begins with a galvanized steel core wire. This process provides a double coating of protection and assures years of maintenance free performance.

 

Product Features

  • 15-Year Limited Warranty.
  • Maintenance free.
  • Comes in a variety of different heights. 4’. 5’. 6’.
  • Residential, Recreational, Commercial, Industrial and High Security Applications.
  • Fabric Available in:

                  – Extruded (Good)

                  – Extruded and Adhered (Better)

                  – Fused and Adhered (Best)

  • Matching Framework , Fittings and Gates.
  • Heavy Mil Framework.
  • Black Standard Environmentally Blending Color.
  • 8-gauge wire.
  • 2” Mesh size.
  • Multiple colored slats available.

WHY WE DRIVE THE POSTS VS CEMENTING THE POSTS:

“But don’t you have to concrete the post?” This is one of the most common questions we get asked. The answer is “NO” a driven post is as strong or stronger than a concreted post in almost all soil types.

  • Extremely durable
  • Waterproof
  • Posts are guaranteed not to heave
  • Cleaner installation
  • Super strong

Frost heave is an issue in many states. How deep you need to install your post depends on how deep the frost gets in your part of the country.

Here in Minnesota our frost line is about 4’ deep. We drive all of our posts 48” below grade for a clean installation and a long lasting fence.

With the Minnesota weather causes the ground to contract

These pictures are from a customer that had this fence installed 4 years prior