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Who Needs Chains?
Chain link fences are prime for their easy installation. You’ll often see them at parks, baseball fields, and race tracks because they provide a flexible backdrop for overthrown objects.
Who Needs Wood?
Wooden fences are great for stables and residential yards. They have a quaint look and provide a full, sturdy appearance for animals who need noticeable boundaries, as well as private homeowners.
Who Needs Barbed Wire?
Barbed wire gives off a more formidable appearance. Because it provides a barrier that’s difficult to pass over, it’s often used in war and agriculture.