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Chain link fence is a type of woven fence usually made from galvanized or steel wire. The wires run vertically and are bent into a zig-zag pattern so that each "zig" hooks with the wire immediately on one side and each "zag" with the wire immediately on the other. This forms the characteristic diamond pattern seen in this type of fence.
Generations of homeowners and business owners in the Springfield Missouri region have protected their property with chain link fences. It is the perfect solution for a number of situations.
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These are the most popular chain link fencing options used by property owners across the Springfield, Missouri region.
A major advantage of the galvanized chain link fencing we install compared to that of most other local suppliers and installers is that our fencing materials are manufactured in the United States and up to three times stronger, when compared to imported wire mesh chain link. Our galvanized chain link fences consist of cold-formed steel, a 90% zinc interior coating, hot dipped uniform zinc galvanized after fabrication, a conversion coating, and a clear organic coating. This makes these products much stronger, more rust resistant and all around far superior to that of other widely used wire mesh products imported from other countries.
Ozark Fence is your source for vinyl coated chain link fencing, available in black and green. Brown is also available by special order. If you're interested in increasing the value, safety and security of your property, coated chain link is a great choice! Our company prides itself on installing fences that last and last, and the special vinyl coating on every color coated chain link fence ensures that your investment will be well worth it in the years to come.
The slats are simply inserted into link material to provide additional privacy and coverage for homeowners. A fence made with these slats includes a higher price for the slats,but it will also nearly double the labor and the specs of the fence. This is due to the need to withstand the extra wind loads that the slats will cause.
In addition, chain link fences with slats offer a more visually appealing style for many people. PVC slats, which come in different shades and finishes, are an attractive choice that is available in a wider range of colors and styles.
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Chain link fences are popular everywhere, and Springfield, Missouri is no different.
The versatility and relatively low cost of chain link fencing makes it a great choice for just about any situation.
Chain link fencing is totally appropriate for providing protection for pools in the Springfield, Missouri area. When using chain link for pools, we use a smaller mesh. The typical mesh is between 2" and 2 1/4", however, for pools we use a 1" mesh chain link.
Additionally, there are many options and enhancements that can really improve the look and style of chain link fences. PVC coated chain link fences are popular in black and in green. Brown is also available by special order.
Privacy slats can also be added to your chain link fence giving Springfield, Missouri property owners the privacy they often want for their pools and their family. Privacy slats offer a more visually appealing style for many people. PVC slats, which come in different shades and finishes, are an attractive choice that is available in a wider range of colors and styles.
Pricing on all fencing materials can fluctuate, but generally speaking, chain link fencing is usually among the lowest priced fencing options.
Typically we wait 2-3 days after the posts are set before installing the fence, this is to allow the concrete to cure to the point that it is ready to hold the fence. If the nighttime temperatures climb about 60 that time frame can decrease, if they fall below 30 degrees, then we typically give the concrete a bit longer to cure.
Our posts are set two feet, deep enough to get below the frost line found in the Springfield, Missouri area.
Our posts are set with Sakrete brand concrete. This is important for two reasons:
The property owner is required by many area city municipalities to apply for a building permit with the planning or zoning department prior to construction. The counties do not typically require a permit; however, fences must still conform to all height and set back requirements.
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