On a tight budget, but still want to feel secure? Chain link fences are an option that homeowners turn to again and again. For those in Salem, Albany, Corvallis, Wilsonville and McMinnville, you may also want to achieve a high level of security for your property in these urban areas. Chain link fences are strong and stand up to everything from strong winds in Lincoln City and Newport to intruders. They are customizable in a variety of different ways. For example, if you prefer privacy from your neighbors in Newberg, opaque vinyl slats are available in a variety of colors and may be the perfect choice. These inserts slide neatly between the chain links, updating the look of the chain link fence and increasing your privacy. Privacy can also be stylish by having a colored vinyl coated mesh and/or color-coordinated vinyl slats for privacy. There are a variety of colors available to meet your needs.
It’s the least expensive of today’s fence solutions and an excellent choice. Chain link is manufactured from steel that has been galvanized and combined with a strong framework and secure fittings. These three elements combined provide you with a durable, affordable and low-maintenance fence.
They also make a perfect trellis for growing many types of ivy and vine-like plants.
Outdoor Fence did a beautiful job and really made it economical. The estimator helped me problem solve an issue and his idea was actually more affordable. Sandy at the front desk was very helpful and made the experience very easy. The crew was very courteous and respectful and went above and beyond with repairing an existing fence. They also repaired an existing gate at no charge. I highly recommend Outdoor Fence!- by CT H.,
Just wanted to say thank you for the job you did on installing my fence. It looks great & the extra effort you took in patching a hole in an existing fence was not only noticed but well appreciated. I will definitely use your company again if I should ever need another fence down the road, or recommend your company.
PS. You even impressed my twenty year old, which isn’t always easy.- by Janice P.,