Chain and Post Fencing

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Also referred to as "chain-link" fencing, "chain and post" fences are some of the most commonly used fencing systems on the market. Private homes, commercial buildings and public institutions use chain and post fencing to protect and identify their properties.


Chain-link fences are among the most durable fences available. They often last for several decades without deteriorating. Most chain and post fencing is manufactured to heights between 3 and 10 feet. Chain-Link Fence claims that consumers can purchase chain and post fences made from iron, stainless steel or aluminium.


According to Cost Helper, professionally installing chain-link fencing can cost the consumer around £4 per square foot, making it one of the more affordable fencing systems on the market. It can cost up to £1,625 to install 300 hundred linear feet of chain-link fencing. Fencing in 1 acre of land can cost up to £7,800. Service Magic advises that the price of fencing can fluctuate depending on the current price of stainless steel.


Do-it-yourself enthusiasts can avoid installation costs by erecting their own fences. Consumers can choose between barbed wire or knuckled ends. Chain-link fences can be covered with polyvinyl chloride to provide a variety of different-coloured coatings that will protect against corrosion and blend in with the environment.

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