Chain Link Fence Contractors In Tuscaloosa AL
Recognized as one of the most durable and economical fence materials, chain link is also the most popular type of commercial and residential fencing. It is available in a standard galvanized finish or a vinyl color coated finish (Black, Brown, or Green).
At American Fence Company, we manufacture all of our chain link material in-house, which allows us to supply you with the best quality product available on the market today.
Get A Residential Chain Link Fence For Your Yard
Thinking of getting a chain link fence? We are the leading fence contractors in the state because we provide quick and professional services. When you are considering a chain link or cyclone fence and you need a reliable fence installation contractor, we are the company that many people turn too.
Having a fence installed is a big decision because it changes things. It creates a separate space and it provides privacy and offers security. A lot of people make the mistake of thinking that installing a fence is something they can do on their own. Throwing up a chain link fence or a cyclone fence may seem like a simple enough undertaking, but it is not. There is a lot of work goes into making sure your fence is installed correctly.
Most people that have made the attempt on their own are likely to strongly recommend that you hire a chain link fence contractor.
Understanding the process can help you to make your decision.
Chain link fence installers
As chain link fence contractors we know exactly how to take the proper measurements. We know exactly where the posts should be placed, what clips to use, where to pour the concrete for the posts and we know how many posts you will need.
It all starts with measuring the area that is to be fenced. This is typically the first mistake DIY people make. You have to be able to not only measure your space but then be able to translate the measurements into how much materials you will need.
Holes have to be dug for the posts, but first, you have to make sure that you are not hitting any underground electric cable or pipework.
Once you have all your holes dug (to very specific depths) then you have to fill them with concrete to ensure you are going to get a sturdy base. Once you have all the posts set then it is time to stretch out the chain link and start attaching it. Many DIY people have a lot of problems with this as well. If your posts are not the right height then everything is thrown off. If you stretch the chain link too tight then you have the risk of it not sitting right, too loose and it will start to sag. It can be a challenging process.
Chain Link Fence Creation
Chain link fences are made of several different components. Typically the chain link itself arrives in a roll and of course there are posts and clamps to hold the chain link fencing on to the post. There are post caps to fit as well. Call us today so we can talk about it!