Chain Link Fencing
Implement a cost-effective security solution for your property with chain link fencing in Vancouver and throughout Greater Vancouver from Western Fence & Gate Ltd. As your source for Lower Mainland fences since 1976, we have the knowledge and expertise to create affordable and reliable chain link fencing in Greater Vancouver to meet your unique needs. We are well-versed in various commercial and industrial applications as well as sports fields, enclosures and automated gate systems.
Our chain link fencing is used to provide:
Perimeter security fence
Dog kennels, dog runs
Baseball backstop, field fence and batting cage
Tennis court fencing and soccer field fencing
Bicycle enclosure, gas meter enclosure and transformer enclosure
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When you’re considering the installation of a chain link fence in Vancouver, you’ll want to keep in mind the various benefits!
Long-Lasting and Durable – Chain link fencing consists of galvanized steel, which can stand up to the elements and other forms of wear for years to come. An added benefit is that a chain link fence can be painted or coated to further defend against corrosion from ice and snow and exposure to rain and sunlight.
Easy to Repair – If a chain-link fence is damaged due to vandalism, accidents, or other causes, we can easily remove or repair the section in question. From a design perspective, the new area of galvanized steel will blend right in with the existing fencing, meaning you won’t ever need to replace the entire fence.
Simple Maintenance – There is virtually no maintenance required when it comes to chain link fencing. The Western Fence & Gate team recommends hosing down your chain link fence with soap and water every so often to give it a fresh and shiny look.
Low Purchase and Installation Costs – Compared to other types of fencing, a chain-link fence is very affordable, as is the installation. It’s typically cheaper to install than brick, PVC, wood and other forms of residential fencing.
Choosing a chain link fence style is a crucial decision for your fencing needs and from a design perspective. Luckily, Western Fence & Gate team has the knowledge and experience to help you make the best decision, whether you’re installing chain link fencing at your home or business.
Two essential steps play into the decision-making process:
Diameter – The diameter of the wire—also known as the gauge—determines how much-galvanized steel is contained within the fabric. The smaller the gauge number is, the more steel is included, resulting in a higher quality fence.
Mesh Size – This determines the distance between the wires in the fencing mesh. In layman’s terms, this is the size of each “diamond” shape throughout the entirety of your fence. Our team will accommodate various sizes depending on your preference.
When looking for fencing, it is best to educate yourself about your options. The following are some commonly asked questions about our chain link fencing in Vancouver, Surrey, Langley, and the Lower Mainland:
Various types of fittings are required to assemble a chain link fence system. A specific variety of fitting is used for line posts and terminal posts. Lightweight and economical cast steel or aluminum is used for residential applications.
No. Typically, the posts are pounded to a recommended minimum depth, allowing the least disturbance to the compacted soil.
Chain-link fabric, or wire mesh, is a series of spirals that manufacturers weave together in a diamond pattern. This pattern comes in numerous gauges and sizes.
As mentioned above, chain-link fabric forms a diamond pattern available in numerous sizes. The spiral wires that form the fabric consist of individual steel wires, and the gauge is the diameter of these steel wires. A higher wire diameter means a thinner wire. The 9' gauge is the most common choice for residential and commercial properties.
The selvage of a chain-link fabric refers to how the manufacturers have finished its top and bottom. The selvage concerns the area where the strands of wire bend together. The two most common types are 'barbed' and 'knuckle.'
Framework refers to the frame to which the manufacturers attach the chain-link fabric. Generally, the framework has three components:
As a Greater Vancouver fence manufacturer since 1976, we take pride in customizing to your specific requirements. If you have any questions about our chain link fencing in Vancouver, Surrey, Langley, and the Lower Mainland, we invite you to send them to us, and we will get back to you shortly.