Choosing a fence can be a daunting task as there are many different considerations, for example, do you want to style or privacy? Depending on your reasons for choosing a fence, the end result can be very different. We are here to help, so these are just some of the suggestions we think are worth considering.
Chain link fence, also called Cyclone Fence or Diamond Mesh Fence. As a versatile Fence, Chain link Fences are the fastest and most cost effective fence products on the market today. Typical applications for chain-link fences include boundary, security, high security, and sports, therefore making them suitable for many types of property and use.
Chain Link Fence
Whether you are looking to improve your garden, keep pets or improve security and privacy, decide early on what the purpose of your new fence is. Whatever your goals are, determining what you need the fence to do will ensure you get a practical fencing solution that meets its purpose.
For complete privacy and better security, use solid fence panels as there are no gaps. Solid panels offer extra strength as well as greater noise reduction compared to semi-solid (slatted) fencing. They are also more difficult to tip over, providing greater security.
Police advice is to ensure that all fences; especially those at the rear of your property are kept in good, clean, well-maintained condition to help protect the property from burglary. Choosing a pressure-treated fence with a long-term guarantee should ensure that your fence remains safe, secure, and attractive for years to come.
Chain Link Fence
Typical applications for chain-link fences include boundary, security, high security, and sports, therefore making them suitable for many types of property and use.
Chain link fence is used as fencing, decoration, or protection for various facilities in the industry, agriculture, infrastructure, transport, etc.
Commercial grounds (Corporation, hotel, supermarket);
Private grounds (Courtyard, Villadom);
Public grounds (Park, zoo, train or bus station, lawn);
Road and transit (Highway, railway or road city transit);
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Any fence will succumb to adverse weather conditions and we have seen many fences destroyed by the wind. If the fence is installed in a wind-prone location, it is vital to consider the impact that wind may have on your panels.
If the height of your fence, including the lattice frame, is more than 2 meters (6.56 feet) above ground level, you will need planning permission.
If your fence is higher than 1 meter (3.28 feet) and you live next to a motorway for vehicular traffic or a footpath on such a motorway, then you need planning permission.
If your house is a protected building or within a mansion of a protected building, then you will need planning permission.
Fences and walls can be up to 2m high with a lattice roof, but must not exceed this height.
You do not need to seek planning permission if installing a saltire although we always advise your local authority to check that your fence does not exceed this height after lattice.
Let us help you find the best chain link fencing for your project. When you contact us, please provide your detailed requirements. That will help us give you a valid quotation.