You have likely seen chain link fencing in various locations throughout your community. They are most often used at playgrounds, sports fields, and industrial areas.
Aside from the popular industrial and commercial uses of slatted, also known as pre-woven, chain link fencing, many homeowners install it around their property to enjoy the benefits this fencing provides for their home.
Slatted chain link fencing is an ideal choice for distinguishing a clear perimeter around any location while increasing privacy and security.
A chain link fence alone is bare and exposes your personal property to any one looking in. Slatted fencing provides a layer of privacy that keeps by-passers from viewing your yard and property.
The durability of slatted chain link fencing serves as a powerful barrier around your home. This is a great solution to deter trespassers and break-ins because it is difficult to climb or cut through. Removing slats requires untwisting the ends of the fence, removing a security fastener, and then sliding the plastic slat out of the fence – a task that is not easily done while the fence is tightly stretched between posts. Slatted chain link is a favorite among those in looking for a fence that provides an additional layer of security to protect assets and property.
Once installed, slatted chain link fences require minimal maintenance or added work. Unlike a wooden fence, there is no need to stain or paint the fence. In addition, there are no termites or animals to worry about eating away at the fence.
If needed, slats can be washed off by using water straight from the hose.
Slatted chain link fencing comes is available in multiple colors. Most popular are brown, black, red, green, and beige. Additional options like white and white are available. Often these types of colors are special order and available from most retail fence suppliers. Customers can expect to wait an additional 2 to 4 weeks for non-stocked colors – subject of course to the actual manufacturing of the plastic slat and chain link wire mesh.
To find out more about slatted chain link fencing, call or visit us at Contact Steel & Fence