From beautifying your home’s exterior to protecting your property and loved ones, fencing has many uses. Check out these resources to learn more about chain-link fencing and other fencing options.
Did you know that you can customize your chain-link fence with a coat of paint? Read this article from This Old House to learn more about painting chain-link fencing.
If you are unsure of whether or not a chain-link fence is right for you, visit this link from the American Fence Association and fill out a short questionnaire to help you better understand your
To learn more about the design options available in chain-link fencing, read this article from the Chain Link Fence Manufacturer’s Institute .
If you have a wood fence , review this article on maintenance from TLC.
Read this article on wood fence maintenance from Living the Country Life.
If you are interested in fence installation or maintenance, contact Paramount Fence at (630) 406-8410. Our experienced and professional staff is excited to help you find the perfect fencing material for you!
If you recently installed a new fence, you are likely wondering what maintenance will be necessary to keep it looking fresh and well-maintained. In addition, proper maintenance of your residential or commercial fence will help to extend its life and keep your fence in good repair. However, your care should be tailored to the material of your fence. Whether you have a vinyl, wooden, or aluminum fence , here are our best practices for basic fence maintenance.
Vinyl: Vinyl fencing requires little maintenance. Unlike wood, vinyl requires no painting, staining, or sealing, and will not rot, warp, or splinter. However, for best aesthetic results, your fence should be cleaned annually with your garden hose and a scrub brush. Any stains can be treated with a combination of 1/3 cup powered detergent, 2/3 cup household cleaner, and one gallon of water.
Wood/Cedar: Your wood fence will require annual inspections to ensure that it is in good repair. Once a year, check your fence for rotting, splitting, or otherwise damaged fence panels, and repair or replace them as needed. In addition, your wood fence will need to be resealed approximately once every two years. Sealing your fence will help it to stand up to moisture and other adverse weather conditions. Caulk can also be used to protect your fence from moisture. Place caulk between your fence and fence posts to minimize water damage and help extend the life of your fence.
Aluminum : Like vinyl, aluminum fencing is a low-maintenance option. To maintain your aluminum fence, wash it annually with soap and water. Inspect hinges and fence fasteners to ensure that they are working properly. Because plants can grow into your fence, you may want to check your perimeter regularly and trim any overgrown bushes or shrubs.
Serving the Elgin, Aurora, Batavia, Geneva, and St. Charles communities, Paramount Fence offers residential, commercial, and industrial fencing solutions. We offer a full line of fencing products, as well as installation and upkeep services. Call (630) 406-8410 to schedule a consultation today.
One of the many potential benefits of fencing is that it can provide a protective barrier around your home or job site. However, did you know that in some cases fencing is actually required? For example, many municipalities require that pools be fenced in. These same municipalities oftentimes have specific requirements for the fencing, including guidelines for fence height, fence materials, gate fasteners, and more. For additional information on fencing guidelines and to better understand what may be legally required of your fence, watch this short video.
If you are in need of residential, commercial, or industrial fencing, contact Paramount Fence at (630) 406-8410. Our team offers a full line of installation, design, manufacturing, and maintenance services for all of your fencing needs.
Fencing your yard can provide security and protection for your property, your home, and your family. With the wide variety of fencing materials available on the market today, including wood fencing , aluminum fencing, wrought iron fencing, and more, it is important to consider what option will provide the best solution for you and your family. One such option includes chain-link fencing—an affordable, low-maintenance, and easily installed choice. Read on for more information on why chain-link fencing might be the best option for you.
Highly Versatile: Chain link fencing is the perfect fit for a wide variety of projects. For example, this material is appropriate for residential properties such as fencing off a yard, securing a pool, or protecting a garden. Chain link can also be used to secure a commercial property or construction site.
Wide Variety : Today’s chain-link fences offer consumers a great deal of variety. In the past, chain-link fencing was only available in one, utilitarian color. Now, vinyl-coated chain-link options , available in a wide range of colors including black, green, and brown, allow fencing to blend seamlessly with any house, landscape, or residential building.
Low Maintenance: Unlike some other fencing materials, chain-link fences can provide an easy, low-maintenance option. The only maintenance needed is occasional rust removal and an annual washing.
Easy Installation : Chain-link fencing is comparatively easier to install than many alternative fencing materials. As a result, when you work with a fencing professional to have your chain-link installed, your installation should be relatively efficient and low cost!
Low Cost : Chain-link fencing prices can vary greatly depending on the quality of the fencing that you choose, the height of your fence, and the material or coating being used. However, in general, chain-link fencing provides a highly affordable option.
If you are considering installing a chain-link fence as part of you next commercial or residential improvement project, contact Paramount Fence at (630) 406-8410. We offer a full line of wood fencing, aluminum fencing, wrought iron fencing, and more. Call us today to speak to one of our experienced design and installation professionals.