Chained fencing, or chainwire fencing, has been around for a long time now and has been used as a fencing material for just about every purpose imaginable.
- Domestic Fencing
- Industrial Fencing
- Commercial Fencing
- Chicken Coups
- Animal Pens
- Fencing For Sporting Grounds
- Rural Fencing
- Vegetable Gardens
- Keep Pets In
- Small Enclosures And Cages
The list goes on and on. There probably is no more versatile fencing material than chainwire. Its other advantage is you can see through it. While many fences are designed for privacy, chained fencing is great if you need a fence that doesn’t impede the view.
Keep Your Livestock In With Chained Fencing
Rural properties often encompass vast areas of land mass, and fencing all this can be a costly process. Some areas may not need to be fenced, while others might only need some sort of barrier – no matter how crude – to do the job.
With livestock enclosures and fenced off areas to keep livestock in, fencing installations will be required to stop your cattle or other farm animals from wandering off onto other properties or onto the road. They’re your animals, you don’t want them escaping.
Chainwire fencing is a cheaper alternative to other forms of fencing and is definitely more cost-effective when fencing off large parcels of land. Secured between either steel or wooden posts, this type of fence is also sturdy enough and secure enough to keep your livestock in and the predators out. You can also see through it, allowing you to keep an eye on your livestock. Of course, a series of gates will also need to be installed to gain access through the fence to other parts of the property.
Your livestock is your asset and needs to be protected. If animals wander off and get lost or hit by a car, that’s not only a potential loss of life to the animal, but also a loss of livelihood for the farmer. You also don’t want to be responsible for any road accidents.
Chained fencing is a great choice for farms and livestock, ensuring your animals stay where they belong.
Aaurora Fencing on the Gold Coast
If you have a rural property located in the Gold Coast region, then drop into Aaurora Fencing to discuss your chained fencing requirements and get a quote. We are located conveniently in Nerang, so drop in and our friendly staff will be happy to help you out.