Commercial Chain Link Fences
Apple Fence Company Austin can help you choose the commercial chain link fence that best suits your needs. Whatever option you choose, you’ll receive a fence that meets the industry standard and is customized to meet your location’s specific needs.
Galvanized Chain Link Fences
At Apple Fence in Austin, our expertise is primarily galvanized chain link fences. These models are probably what comes to mind when you think about chain link fences, because they are the economical (and therefore the most popular) choice for many businesses. You don’t have to choose the standard silver option, though! Our commercial galvanized chain link fences come in multiple finishes and colors—you can choose to customize your fence with colored chain link fence fabric or colored posts, rails, and fence fittings. Finishes also offer several color combinations; you can decide if you want a powder coated finish or a vinyl (or PVC) coated finish, which comes in black, dark brown, and dark green. Can’t decide on one color? No problem! Because each galvanized chain link fence has multiple options, you can mix and match the colors of fabric with a set of different colored posts and rails. Don’t forget your options with gates! You can choose either a swing or a slide, as well as the gate hardware that fits your situation. If you don’t need a heavy duty industrial set of fittings, you might opt for the smaller residential hardware. Whatever you need, we can help you create a fence that works for you.
Vinyl Chain Link Fences
Not thrilled with the look of the traditional galvanized chain link fences, but like the security? You may want to look at our line of vinyl chain link fences. While still durable, the vinyl chain link fences are less expensive than the iron used in the galvanized version. Schools and commercial properties, especially, like the vinyl option because the colors can be customized to match your logo or colors. With this customizable option, your vinyl chain link fence will seem more like an aesthetic choice than a security requirement—but it will serve both purposes as well!