Chain Link Fencing Arlington Heights
Chain link fences are the most common fencing that people put up. It is quick and easy to install and is very durable. Chain link fences are made up of metal wires that are wound in a diamond-like pattern, or square pattern. The supports for chain link fences are typically driven two feet into the ground, giving the fence its strength to not be pushed over.
For your temporary fencing needs, we offer 2 different types of chain link fences: there is the post driven style of chain link fence and the panel fence. If you have questions regarding with type of chain link fence would be best for your needs you cal always call us and speak with a live representative. Below we have a brief description of each type of chain link fence available.
Temporary Panel Chain Link Fence –
Panel Fencing is one of the most common in rental fencing. Large panels generally made of chain link, are used to connect one another thus making a sturdy option to protect your entire site that is being worked on or being used for any event.
These panels and posts can be held down from falling over or moving with the addition of sand bags with the T-base that is installed on the base, causing little to no damage to the ground.
Panel fences offer the durability and most of the same options as general chain link fences, without the holes in the ground. Panel fences are great additions to job sites and big events where you need to control who enters without permission. They are also very useful for long-term projects, such as a building renovation.
Panel fencing is easy to move and quick to set up, rely on professionals at Pro-Rent-A- Fence to install and ensure your panel is safe!
Post Driven Chain Link Fence –
Post Driven fences are a great option when you are deciding on temporary fencing. Post driven fences are typically used when you have a construction project or for ongoing long term events. You want to choose this type of fence option because of its sturdiness and reliability. Post Driven fences also provide you with extra security and a great reliable fence that will stand up to the elements as time goes on.
Pro Rent a Fence will take the posts of the fence and drive them two feet into the ground. This will ensure that your fence is going to be sturdy which will protect the people inside. Post driven fences are usually installed with chain link options as well for the enclosure. Once the chain link is up we can then add privacy and wind screens, tension wire for security, even gate options as well.
6 Common Uses for Chain Link Fencing
Installing a chain link fence is a popular choice for both home and business owners. Not only it is easy to install, it also serves many purposes, particularly security. It is a functional, affordable, and versatile option. There are a number of applications for this kind of fencing in both residential and commercial areas.
1. Defining Boundaries
While a solid privacy fence does a good job of providing security, most people prefer to install chain link fence because it provides both security and boundary, and also allows homeowners to see through it. A chain link fence does not block the view at all, that’s the main reason most people like having it, because with the chain link fence the kids can stay in the backyard without parents worrying about them running away. It provides a great sense of security.
2. Containing Animals and People
Whether you have kids or pets, chain link fencing is a great option to contain them. You can install it around your entire yard so that the pets and children have free range on the property. You can also use chain link fence to make a smaller kennel as an animal containment.
3. Providing Security
Whether it is a residential property or commercial property, a chain link topped with barbed wire is a great way to ensure necessary security. Homeowners can install vinyl slats or privacy mesh along with it to further improve the security of their home. It allows them to enjoy the security within their yard without anyone watching them. Commercial and industrial properties can also use chain link fencing for this purpose. This type of fencing is a cost effective way to add security in any kind of property.
4. Sports Fields
The next time that you go to a baseball or football field, notice how much chain link there is. Sports fields and other similar facilities use chain link fencing for a variety of reasons. It helps separate non-paying customers from paying customers when you are selling tickets to games. It is also very useful to help layout the different areas so that the player areas are kept separate from the seating areas.
5. High Security Facilities
In high security areas, chain link fencing is usually the first line of defense. It works as a sign to let people know that a certain area of the facility is not available for unauthorized access. Even if someone takes their time to try and climb or cut through the fence, it gives security personnel a lot of time to apprehend them.
6. Industrial Buildings and Factories
Factories and industrial buildings can have a lot of areas that are too dangerous to wander around in. Therefore, just like sports facilities, these facilities use chain link fencing to control access. It helps keep workers from going into places of the industrial/factory area that they don’t belong as well as keep trespassers out completely.