it's common in outdoor arenas even today.
It all depends on what type of chain link fence you have. If you have vinyl coated chain link fence , it will definetly damage it. If you have galvanized chain link fence , other than cosmetic damage, it should hold up fine. Please keep a bucket of water or a fire extinguisher handy. I would hate to hear about this on the 11 o'clock news...... About Vinyl coated chain link fence detail information : We can supply plastic coated chain link fence for export. Property of PVC coated chain link fence: Our products enjoy such properties as corrosion resistance, aging resistance, sunshine resistance and weather resistance. Colors available for PVC coated chain link fence: Green, blue, white or other colors at customers request. Applications: PVC coated chain link fence is mainly used as fences for playground and gardens, super highway, railway, airport, port, residence, etc. Chain link fence is also used in breeding of animals. http://www.chain-link-wire-fence.cn/PVC-coated-chain-link-fence.htm And galvanized chain link fence information :Material for Galvanized Chain Link Fence: First-class galvanized iron wire. Applications: Chain link fence is mainly used as fences for playground and gardens, super highway, railway, airport, port, residence, etc. Chain link fence is also used in breeding of animals http://www.chain-link-wire-fence.cn/galvanized-chain-link-fence.htm
I would like to secure my fence. What are the best options for a chain link to be used on the fence?
The best modern Fence Designs available today can be a chain link fence, picket fence, or privacy fence. Varying in materials, the most commonly used is treated wood.
Upon completing a google search for chain link fence rental in wyoming, I found 2 companies that provide quotes and temporary chain link fence rental and orders can be placed online. The companies are United Site Services (http://www.unitedsiteservices.com/temporary-fence/index.html) and National Construction Rentals (http://www.rentnational.com/ncr_fence_chainlink.php) and they both do business in Wyoming. National rentals is the company I am used to seeing the most. You can get to them by this link. http://www.rentnational.com/ncr_fence_chainlink.php They also rent out toilets, power poles and other such things you might need.
There is no average height for a fencer. Although, people who fence epee are generally tall.
A terminal post is typically used as a post for chain-link fences.
The strong or strongest part of a fence line are its posts. Posts are generally placed partly into the ground for permanent fencing. Posts provide structure for the entire fence, whether using slats or chain-link in between the posts. Even wood panels used instead of slats are typically weaker than the posts they are attached to in the fence line.
You are better off finding someone who can use the fence. Local scrap yards would/will not purchase or offer money for my used fence. However, they offered to take it for free. They will purchase, per pound, the posts, but posts rarely equal big profit since they are light weight. And, the cement base has to be removed in order to recycle it.
Yes, the word fence is a noun, a singular, common, concrete noun; a word for a barrier (usually made of wood, metal, plastic, or stone) used to keep people or things in or out, or to define a boundary; a word for a thing. The noun 'fence' is also a word for someone who receives stolen goods; a word for a person.The word 'fence' is also a verb: fence, fences, fencing, fenced.Example sentences:I climbed the chain-link fence. (noun)They arrested the fence who was in possession of my stolen jewelry. (noun)If you get a puppy, we will have to fence the yard. (verb)I prefer the lighter foil to fence in competition. (verb)Can you fence my stolen goods? (verb)
Wrought Iron fences are very strong, but typically used for more decorative installations. If you are looking to keep people out, or things out of view, you may want to consider a strong chain link fence with the slats added for limited visibility.
One View No, a wrought iron fence is considered an "ornamental" fence, not a "privacy fence". A privacy fence is characterized by it's height (usually 6' or more) and its opaqueness (non-transparency). Privacy fences are used to block neighbors or passers by from seeing inside the fenced area. Wrought iron fences, on the other hand, are usually 3-6' tall and have thin pickets. They can provide a certain level of security due to its strength and height, but most likely will be too transparent to provide any level of privacy. If privacy is what you desire, then vinyl or wood should be your top choices. A chain link fence can also provide a privacy if used in conjunction with privacy slats. Privacy slats are vinyl or aluminum inserts that are woven into the links of a chain link fence. They also can enhance a chain link fence aesthetically. Another View It depends on what you mean by "privacy fence." If you're looking for complete privacy, then no wrought iron, steel or ornamental aluminum would not provide "complete" privacy. However, you can obtain semi-privacy fencing with ornamental, rust free aluminum because some styles have double the amount of vertical pickets on each fence panel and/or gate. These types of styles typically have approximately 1.5" between every 2 vertical pickets. The vertical pickets are extremely close together and yet, at the same time, wind is allowed to pass through. This prevents premature wear and tear unlike other types of fencing and gate systems (i.e. wood or cheap vinyl).