Reasons to Install Chainwire Fences for Enclosures and Cages

Reasons to Install Chainwire Fences for Enclosures and Cages

The most popular uses of a chainwire mesh are fencing, enclosures, and cages. A chainwire mesh is used to fence livestock and to protect them from unwanted and stray animals, and wildlife. It is also used to define a property’s boundaries and to protect families, businesses, and homes.

The next two most common uses of a chainwire mesh are for enclosures and cages. It is commonly used at zoos and farms, and homes for dogs, birds, turtles, rabbits, and other pets. However, cages and enclosures are not only for livestock and pet use. Other uses for cages and enclosures include:

  • Storage of personal items in car parks
  • Protection of utilities such as gas, water, and electricity
  • Protection of tanks
  • Basement storage enclosures: car park storage, bike storage, and storage for commercial buildings.

There are many reasons why chainwire fences are ideal for enclosures and cages. Here are some of them.

1. Chainwire comes in durable galvanised and stainless steel.

To be able to serve its purpose, which is to protect, an enclosure or cage must have excellent strength and must be able to withstand the effects of the environment over a long period of time. It will not rust over time, making it an excellent choice for outdoor cages and enclosures. Since it does not easily rust and is resilient and durable, cages and enclosures made of chainwire require less maintenance.

2. Chainwire offers unlimited options to opening size and diameter.

Depending on what you need to contain, you can specify the opening size and the mesh diameter based on your needs and applications. Cages for small animals will require smaller opening than cages for bigger animals such as horses and hogs.

Storage cages for small and personal items will also require smaller openings and mesh diameter than a storage cage and enclosure for a bike. There is no limit to what you can have with a chainwire mesh, making it the choice of many.

Reasons to Install Chainwire Fences for Enclosures and Cages - Chainwire

3. It improves the safety in your business and in your home.

Safety is the number one REASON why cages and enclosures are installed. Keep your pets, livestock, properties, and other people safe with chainwire cages and enclosures. Pets can sometimes be stressed and aggravated in the presence of other animals or people, and a chainwire cage can be useful for when you have many visitors. It keeps both humans and pets safe.

On the farm, your livestock must also be protected from dangerous wildlife. Chainwire cages and enclosures are a must in making sure they stay within the safety of your property, and to deter unwanted wildlife from attacking them.

In the case of tanks and utilities equipment, chainwire enclosures protect the public as well. Unassuming by-passers can be easily hurt by electric substations that are not properly fenced and enclosed. Chainwire enclosures also protect tanks and other utilities equipment from vandals.

4. Cages and enclosures made of chainwire fences can come in a wide range of sizes.

Chainwire mesh is a flexible material so you can create cages and enclosures to the specific size that you need. It can be a small cage for a puppy, or a large enclosure for use at zoos and farms. There is no limit to what you can have, and all you need to do is identify what you need to keep in your cage and enclosure.

5. Chainwire mesh is economical.

Chainwire mesh is economic compared to other material options for fencing, cages, and enclosures. It being low maintenance also makes it cost efficient and light on your budget.

Contact Chainwire Fencing, your no. 1 fencing specialist in Hunter Valley and Newcastle.

Chainwire Fencing Newcastle are a leading authority in fencing and we offer complete services from design, engineering, fabrication, and installation. We have been in the chainwire fencing business for over two decades, and we can guarantee you quality work. Call us today and let’s discuss your needs for enclosure and cage installation.


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