The Advantages Of Chain Link Slat Fencing

Posted on: 19 June 2015

Chain link fences are one of the most common types of fences on the market due to their easy installation and low cost. However, chain link fences are also fairly flimsy, and can be easily knocked over and broken through. Chain link slat fences have thin metal or plastic boards in the middle of the fence that adds greater structural stability and durability to the fence. Understanding the advantages of chain link slat fencing can help you decide whether or not it's the right fit for your home.


Unlike regular chain link fences, the added slats in chain link slat fencing can be painted different colors, which allows you to match the aesthetic of your fence to the rest of your home and garden. The variety of colors will, of course, depend on the manufacturer, but is usually wide enough to accommodate any and all desires.


Chain link slat fencing is extremely affordable. Though it does cost more than regular chain link fencing, chain link slat fencing is much cheaper than wood or metal fencing options. Furthermore, it can be installed in a single day, which helps reduce labor and installation costs.


Unlike regular chain link fences, chain link slat fencing is able to withstand physical trauma much better, as it has a heavier weight and stronger materials. This greatly reduces the likelihood of damage and repairs, which helps cut down on long run costs. The high durability of chain link slat fencing makes it a better security option than regular chain link fencing, which is fairly flimsy in comparison.


Since the slats are solid, chain link slat fencing is able to block the view of others around you, which regular chain link fences are not able to do. This is a valuable advantage in urban areas and for small backyards where people can easily see into your home.


Despite the added material, chain link slat fences do not require any greater amount of maintenance than regular chain link fences need. They only need to be cleaned every so often to prevent dirt from building up on them, a low effort process which can be completed using a pressure washer and soap. Even if the fence does become damaged due to physical trauma, it is extremely easy and inexpensive to repair the fence, as the damaged section is just cut out and replaced instead of the entire section of the fence.

To talk to a professional about your fencing options, call a company such as Everlasting Fence


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