Chain Link Fence:
Still One of the Best When it Comes to Protecting Your Business

September 18, 2018 ~ Posted By Jim Jenkins


Security remains one of the main reasons why businesses install fence around their property. Whether it’s to prevent thieves from running off with valuable inventory, stop burglars from gaining entrance into their offices or secure an environment meant for highly classified activities, a strong fence helps protect a business’ assets around the clock. According to the Frederick County crime report, in 2017 there was a decrease by 6.4% in crimes involving property from the year before. What accounts for this decrease? Some of this is due to the new technologies such as web-enabled security camera systems and motion activated lights. Another reason for this is that business owners are making greater use of security fence.

One of the most popular fences when it comes to security is chain linked fencing. Despite an incline in the residential market for chain link fence in newer residential neighborhoods, chain link fence remains a popular option for businesses looking to secure their outer perimeter and keep uninvited guests offsite. Here are a few reasons why commercial companies still make significant use of chain link fence:

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Chain link security fence: Still a cost-effective solution for keeping people off your property!

 

 

Chain Link Offers a Low-Cost Security Solution That Goes in Fast

Compared to other fence materials such as aluminum or wrought-iron, chain link fencing is highly cost effective compared to most other materials. When you compare other fence materials that provide strength and reliability, chain link comes in at a fraction of the cost of other materials.
If you have an extremely tight budget and need to cover a lot of ground, chain link gets the job done and keeps your project in the black. This explains why you’ll often see chain link installed around sports fields, playgrounds and industrial areas.

Chain link is also easy to install compared to other types of fence and so the time it takes to plan and build a fence is relatively quick. Businesses appreciate the quick turnaround, which speaks to why many companies use chain link as a temporary fence around a build site since the steel posts can be easily pulled out of the wire and the ground fencing itself can be rolled up and moved to a different location.

Chain Link Keeps Your Property Secure

When someone is scouting an area for places to rob, chain linked fencing acts as a deterrent as chain link is made from galvanized steel, one of the strongest metals in the fence industry. Additionally, you can increase the strength of your chain link fence through various mesh and gauge sizes—the smaller both are, the more difficult it is to climb or cut them. For additional security, you can often build a chain link fence higher in on a commercial property than in a residential area; sometimes you can build fences to be more than 12 feet high.

An add-on that also helps keep intruders off your property is barbed wire arms or strands. Installing them at the top of your fence helps keep people from trying to climb over the fence. Just make sure you check your local zoning laws regarding the use of chain link fencing and barbed wire.

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A popular option for newer chain link fences makes use of a color coating to either blend in or stand out on the property.

Chain Link is Easy to Maintain and Repair

Chain link fence requires minimal effort to maintain as there’s virtually no upkeep involved. For businesses, that’s a great benefit as a company can simply install their fence and not worry about it. To keep the fence clean, all you need is some soap and water or a strong hose to keep the fence looking shiny and new over time. You can also choose to add protective coatings in various colors to the fence to give your fence greater curb appeal, especially if your business sits adjacent to a residential area.

Chain link fence makes for one of the easiest fences to repair—especially if the fence gets hit by accident or becomes damaged through an act of extreme vandalism. In many cases, the old section that’s damaged gets cut out and replaced and you often match the newer fence pieces with the older sections, so it looks seamless once installed. If your fence begins to chip due to extreme weather conditions, you can easily touch up the fence and either repaint or recoat it to increase the life of your fence.

Chain Link Fence Offers Long-Lasting Durability

Chain link fencing remains one the industry’s most durable fences out there when it comes to security thanks to some of the chain linked fence materials. If you want a fence to last the life of your business, you can choose from either vinyl or galvanized steel coated fences. These fences can withstand harsh weather conditions, including heavy snows and strong winds in addition to protecting your business from unwanted guests.

Need a Chain Link Solution

Looking for a chain link fence for your company? Click on our chat button give us a call at 1-800-49-FENCE or visit our Contact page and we’ll send out one of our Commercial Fence Consultants to price out a chain link solution to help secure your property. We’ll even discuss some of our additional security features as well as other fence solutions given your business and security needs!

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