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Commercial Chain Link Fence & Gate
Get off the fence! Add value, privacy and security to your commercial property with a fence from Herb Geddes Fence Co. When you need to monitor and restrict access to your commercial property, Herb Geddes Fence Co., Inc. can provide you with the fencing you need to protect your assets! We offer first-class fencing and security solutions for your facility.
From military and government facilities, industrial complexes, commercial buildings, schools and parks to temporary panels for construction sites and special events, let Herb Geddes Fence Co., Inc. help you with all of your security and fencing needs.
- Security is the primary reason business owners install fencing around their business. Considering cost as well as effectiveness, chain-link fencing is generally considered the best fence for commercial purposes. The primary benefit of chain-link fence, strong yet see-through, makes it most effective for security purposes.
- Privacy is another benefit of a commercial fence, especially for a business located near a main road or adjacent to a residential setting.
- Curb appeal is another great benefit. There are many attractive commercial fence options that will accentuate your property and keep your business safe.
- Gate and Gate operators offer security to the commercial or residential property, keeping intruders out and allowing approved individuals inside. While offering security and convenience, they can add to the aesthetic value to the entrance of your property.
Why you can trust Geddes Fence
- 1-Year Warranty
- Fully Insured
- Quality, Efficient Installations
- Large Selection of Styles
- High-Quality Materials
- Experienced Crews
Our Fencing Installation Process
- Assistance with permits and local building codes/restrictions
- Determine best material with clients’ needs/goals
- Assistance in determining property line
- Determine place of gates and measure/document gate sizes
- Install fence posts determined by the slope of the land and fence type
- Attach rails or panels to posts, as well as pickets to rails and post caps
- Stain or treat wood, test functionality of gate operators