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YARDGARD 5 ft. x 50 ft. 12.5-Gauge Galvanized Steel Chain Link Fabric
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YARDGARD

5 ft. x 50 ft. 12.5-Gauge Galvanized Steel Chain Link Fabric

$87.48 /roll

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When building a privacy fence for your home or business, consider using our YARDGARD 5 ft. x 50 ft. 12.5-Gauge galvanized Chain Link Fabric. This chain link fabric is made of steel which has been galvanized before weaving to eliminate sharp surfaces and burrs. This durable fabric has a 2-3/8 in. mesh size.

  • Made of galvanized steel for durability
  • Galvanization provides silver finish for an attractive appearance
  • Galvanized prior to weaving eliminates burrs and sharp surfaces
  • Top and bottom of fabric ends knuckled (bent over) to eliminate sharp edges
  • 2-3/8 in. woven diamond mesh opening
  • 1 roll covers 50 ft. when stretched
  • For residential and commercial use
  • Easy to install
  • Meets or exceeds ASTM standards
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why is this called fabric? It is Steel chain link fencing, right?

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May 16, 2016
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Dear Valued Home Depot Customer, We reached out to the MFG for more information and find their response below. [The term “fabric” is used as the wire is woven together in a pattern similar to fabric weaving. This is an industry term for the product. This is, as you state, galvanized 12.5 gauge steel wire.]
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The word "fabric" is less cumbersome than, "Steel Chain Link fencing."
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August 28, 2015
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It is a woven fabric. It's not a textile, but so what? Would you prefer it be made of plastic instead of steel wire? Calling it fabric should make it obvious what it is, as opposed to "fencing" or "fencing material" which are very ambiguous.
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August 22, 2014
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Dear Valued Home Depot Customer,
We reached out to the MFG for more information and find their response below.
[The term “fabric” is used as the wire is woven together in a pattern similar to fabric weaving. This is an industry term for the product. This is, as you state, galvanized 12.5 gauge steel wire.]
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What does the gauge mean?

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Is it the higher the gauge number, the thinner the fabric?
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"Gauge" is the thickness of the fence wire, similar to the "gauge" of electric wire or tennis racquet string. "Gauge" represents the number of strands of a single given width that can fit in a standard measure tube. For example, if I cut a length of wire into 5 pieces of a foot long each, and they all fit perfectly into that tube, then you could say that it is "5 gauge" wire. If I take a thicker wire, Read More
"Gauge" is the thickness of the fence wire, similar to the "gauge" of electric wire or tennis racquet string. "Gauge" represents the number of strands of a single given width that can fit in a standard measure tube. For example, if I cut a length of wire into 5 pieces of a foot long each, and they all fit perfectly into that tube, then you could say that it is "5 gauge" wire. If I take a thicker wire, and cut it the same way, but only 4 pieces fit perfectly in the tube, then it is "4 gauge" wire. Thus, the thicker the wire, the lower the gauge (i.e., less can fit into the tube), and the thinner the wire, the higher the gauge (i.e., more can fit into the tube). Again, the same is true for electric wire and tennis racquet string, et al. Given the common gauges of chain link fence, this product's 12.5 gauge metal wire is THINNER than another chain link's 11.5 gauge metal wire. If you're wondering which is "better," it depends on its intended use. If it's to keep dogs and children in (or out), then you might want to go with the thicker gauge (11.5). But, if it's meant to keep critters from gobbling your garden goods, then the thinner gauge (12.5) would probably suffice. Generally speaking, the thicker gauge wire is more expensive than the thinner gauge, which makes sense, since you're getting more product, but, again, it depends on its intended function, so, saving a few bucks might cost you in the long run! Read Less
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the gauge is the thickness of the wire used to make the fence in this case. Gauge is a good indicator or weight and quality of the product.
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September 29, 2015
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The lower the gauge, the stronger the fabric is.
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Fence post spacing

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Might be putting up 100' fence, what should the spacing for fence posts?
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1 post per every ten feet.unless it is going to be weight bearing then i would go every five feet.
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I put mine at 10ft on center, to match what the professionals did when they fenced in the entire backyard. It's up to you.
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April 1, 2015
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You will need a line post every 10' along the fence and a terminal post at each end and at every corner or turn. We have a planning guide available on each component of the fencing system and video installation instructions to help guide you.
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Can extentions be added to heighten an existing chainlink fense?

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My dog can jump my 4 foot high chain link fence....i am of very little means. can i extend the height of the exsiting chainlink fense? If so is there parts that allow me to add hight to the fence posts so i can add second layer of fence fabric?
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No the fabric comes in a solid measurement.
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Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by cheap product, ends loose and snag everything. difficult to unroll This fencing looks okay. It is very flimsy and can be cut with simple hand tools. easily bent and very difficult to unroll because the top and bottoms are not shaped correctly so they are constantly getting caught on themselves. Not bad for the price but not strong. I used it for a dog pen for small dogs. I wouldn't use it for big dogs.. April 10, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not worth it I originally purchased this product to replace a portion of my damaged fence. The thickness of the steel mesh was noticeably thinner than my current fence. Also, the height of the fence was slightly smaller than my original fence as well. Unless you're building a whole new fence, do not use this product to fix your current one. June 29, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Would Not Recommend! Don't waist your time or money. For me, about 5 - 8 feet of each roll was unusable due to pulls and snags. Like other reviews have stated, it isn't closed off very well at the top or bottom, so it catches on itself and is difficult to unroll. It must catch on other rolls during storage or shipment as well, because the first 5 - 8 feet was either dented so bad ( probably by forklift), or links stretched to the point of being straight where it must have caught on other rolls. I don't think they take care to separate when pulling from inventory. Not only did I lose about 15% of each roll, it was very time consuming to weave multiple pieces together to make it work. I also ran short of material and decided to buy the 6' 11.5 gauge fabric to finish and cut a foot off the bottom. It is far superior in quality, not an inch was unusable, and worth the extra cost! If I had to do the whole project over again, I would use the 6' fabric for the entire job!!! June 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Chain link fence fabric. Arrived in good shape. Arrived in a timely manner . January 26, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Cheap fence Flimsy fabric. Bends WAY too easy. Ends not closed completely and gets snagged on itself constantly. Would be better off with a heavier guage in almost every instance December 21, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by chain link fence fabric dropped,damaged, cobbled together of shorter scrap pieces......employees should have recycled it....not sent it to a schmuck like me October 8, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by cheap product poorly constructed The wire is not closed off at the top of the fence fabric very well, so it catches on itself during shipping, making it difficult to unroll. Very cheaply made fencing. What do you expect from China? August 28, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Decent Quality Was happy with the quality even though it's light ga. Overall a good value. Home Depots service on the other hand was horrible!!! May 13, 2015
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