Commercial Chain Link

A Commercial Chain Link Fence is a great choice if you are looking to meet your fence needs with a durable and no maintenance option.  It comes with different Vinyl coated colors (Green, Black, and brown colors).  There is an option to increase privacy with adding PVC slats to the chain link.  Galvanized option is the most economical but not a popular choice by homeowners due to esthetics.

Pros:

 – Requires little or no maintenance 
– Long lasting and durable
– Additional security can be added with one foot barbed wire
– Black vinyl coated chain link looks great if it has greenery in the background. 

Cons:

– See through, not the best option for privacy. (Although adding slats helps enormously.) 
– Regular galvanized chain link looks unattractive

The Commercial chain link fence is utilized by cities, schools and businesses for a variety of reasons. They use this type of fence to secure their properties since the barbed wire and razor ribbon installed above the fence make it very difficult to climb over. Schools and cities use chain link fence to enclose school yards, stadiums, and other areas because of its inexpensive pricing and longevity. This fence is available in a variety of heights and weights. There are special order items available such as colored chain link and privacy slats.

The Six feet high commercial chain link fence is the most commonly used in protecting buildings, parking lot, backstops or any where that should be protected from intruders. When compared with the residential chain link fabric, commercial has heavier wire gauge and smaller size of mesh opening. So the smaller the mesh opening, the heavier wire gauge, the more steel will be used, and the more strength.

Below are Commercial Chain Link Fence images that Inline fence installed. 
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