Chain link fence enclosures are ideal for swimming pools, dog runs, and play areas. They add a level of peace of mind for the homeowner. Affordable chain link fences combine quality, security, and economy for years to come. But as any chain link fence owner will tell you, they eventually become rusted. Is this happening to yours? If so, you have several options:
Clean the Rust off. If your fence isn’t too far gone, you may be able to clean it yourself. Wipe a broom over all areas of the fence, including posts, to knock away spider webs and loose dust or debris. Set the garden hose nozzle to “jet” or the most powerful stream setting to knock away loose paint, rust, or caked-on dirt. Reset the nozzle to a medium-powered stream or fan and rinse the entire fence. Allow the fence to dry completely and give it a good look over to see if there are any parts you need to scrub.
Galvanize it. Eventually, the metal in a chain link fence will rust. That comes from years of wind, rain, and other weather. Even after you clean it, it will happen again. So protect yourself this time around! Central Fence offers galvanized chain link fencing, vinyl privacy inserts, and even vinyl coated chain link fence. Vinyl coated chain link fence comes in three colors: black, green and brown.
Purchase a New Fence. Sometimes, the fence is simply too far gone and you need a new one. You can put in a new chain link fence, galvanized or vinyl-coated this time, for much less than you may think. Allowing your fence to become more and more dilapidated makes it easier to get passed it. If you are trying to keep animals in or trespassers out, you need your fence to be in pristine condition!
A chain link fence may last decades, but over time, won’t look quite as good as it once did. Don’t go another day with a rusted fence that is falling apart. For those in the Vidalia, Swainsboro, and Claxton area, the fence installation experts are at Central Fence! Contact us online for a free estimate, or call 1 (800) 221-6425.