Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 34
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Fred Just like home depot lumber, look it over first before you bring it home
It does work, but like many reviewers said it comes damaged from the store. The roll I bought had a few kinks in it that I didn't notice when I bought it. Just like home depot lumber, look it over real good before you bring it home.
September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Projectnurse Excellent
It was just as I expected . A good quality product.
July 12, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Ivy Chainlink fence are awful quality
It got rusted within days of putting up just like gare
July 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Dbriii Fabric needed a little work
Fence fabric needed a fair amount of attention due to being banged around during shipping and storage. The top and bottom of the fence had gotten banged up and snagged on itself in several places. Took some time to untangle and re-bend to proper alignment.
April 12, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by George Product was damaged down in the rool
When roll of fence material was rolled out had three different areas damaged, had to take out and splice fence back togeather. Lost about six feet of fence... Very disappointed
April 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by MEME Did the job after having to take the first roll back ... Since it had been pieced together ...
The first roll we bought was pieced together ..Probably from some else's project .... The job is done ..
March 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Moondawg Better Than Expected
I ordered 3 rolls of this chain link fabric to do a 45' by 53' fence against the back of the house. After reading some of the reviews I was a little worried that the fabric would be damaged on arrival. Only 1 roll had a couple minor bends that were easily straightened with pliers.
I ordered everything to install the fence for home delivery. All the material was in good condition but the gate was not with the order even though the shipping documents said it was. I'm still waiting on the gate and having a little hassle with the 3rd party vendor on that issue.
I bought the cheapest post hole digger and 20 of the 60 lb. sacks of concrete mix at the local Home Depot. On the 1st day I dug the holes for the terminal post and set them in cement. The 2nd day I dug the 12 holes for the line posts using nylon mason's string stretched across the terminal posts to align the line posts and set the height and then cemented the posts in.
On the 3rd day I used a small come-along and stretched the fabric (if I had the gate I would be finished). I made my own stretching tool out of a 2 X 4 and some hooks (shown in photo). It worked great, just remember to put the 3 hooks at a bit of an angle as you can see.
I've installed a lot of wood fence but this is the first chain link I've dealt with. I didn't put stones in the bottom of the hole or put the dry mix in the hole and I don't agree with those methods. I dug the holes a couple inches deeper and put a shovel full of cement (mixed in a wheelbarrow) in the bottom of each hole. It took sixteen 60 lb. sacks to set the 6 terminal posts and 12 line posts. The soil in this part of Georgia is fairly easy to dig but we're having a dry spell so I dug all the holes about 6 inches, filled the holes with water, then dug another 6 inches, filled with water again and it went pretty quick.
The fence is for a sweet little dog that came to our house one day and decided to stay.
May 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Darrel Good thick fence fabric
Good quality fabric, but would probably go with a 12.5 gauge fabric if I had it to do over again. This 11.5 gauge fence is good quality but is harder to stretch and maneuver than the 11.5 gauge. My only complaint is just the ease of use aspect during install. Other than that, it's a good quality product.
March 21, 2016