20 Chain Link Fencing Services in Outer East Melbourne

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Doncaster VIC

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What do chain link fencing services include?

Chain link fencing services include all the required tasks or activities to do a professional chain link fence installation on your property. This service can consist of site preparation, taking the appropriate measurements, marking the corners and sectional posts, digging holes for the posts and installing them. Your hired chain link fence installer can also install the rails, the gate and attach the galvanised wire netting or wire mesh, install tension bands, then stretch the wire mesh to fit.

Preparing the site & taking measurements

It's best to have all the necessary permits from your local council before starting the installation. Some Taskers can obtain these permits upon request. The site must be clear of any obstructions or debris, so you may want to hire a separate service to clear the area. After clearing, your chain link fence installer takes all the necessary measurements.

 

They can mark all the spots where they'll place the corner and inner posts on your property. Your Tasker can ensure that the measurements are within the confines of your property and comply with your state's regulations and safety standards on galvanised chain link fencing.  

Procuring and preparing materials

If you don't have the materials for your chain link fence ready, some Taskers can get them upon request. They can get sufficient materials to build and install a right-sized chain link fence for your property's measurements. They can turn over any excess materials after the installation.

Installing the posts

Your Tasker proceeds to dig holes on the spots marked for each post. They can place the gate posts, corner and inner posts, spacing them evenly and checking that their holes are deep enough and uniform in depth. To ensure that the posts stay level and remain in place, your Tasker can pour concrete into the holes, then allow this to dry for 24 to 48 hours. 

Installing the tension bands, rails and mesh

After the concrete dries, your Tasker places tension bands on each post. They can install the appropriate number of tension bands on each post and make sure they're spaced evenly and have the proper ground clearance. 

Your chain link fence installer then places the appropriate top cap on each post, then threads and attaches the top and bottom rails. If necessary, your Tasker can measure and cut top rails to the exact length. Once the rails are on, your Tasker can install the wire mesh. They can cut the right amount of mesh, thread it through each tension band, stretch the mesh and secure it to each rail.

 

 

Installing the gate

Your Tasker can punch holes through the gate posts, then install the gate hinges and latches. They can install a single or double-gate if needed and attach caps to each of the gate posts. Now that your fence is complete, you can make the space more functional - why not hire someone to add storage or improve the landscaping?

Recent Chain Link Fencing tasks in Outer East Melbourne

Fix my chain link fence

$1,700

Kallista VIC 3791, Australia

17th Nov 2020

Supply and fix chain link fence. Approx 25 metres over two sections and at least 3 posts to repair. 1.6m Hight Kallista mt Dandenong Please don't reply if you have no intention on doing the job. Genuine enquiries only please. Two people have shown up, measured, agreed to do the job then not had the capacity or repeatedly not shown up. Lots of broken down trucks on airtasker.. Thanks all

Great standard of work. He came when he said he would and communicated well thought-out the job. Would recommend

Chain Wire fence repair

$200

The Patch VIC, Australia

12th Apr 2020

Chain wire fencing requiring repair. Has sagged in on section and would require a relink. Byo tools for the repair.

Chain wire fencing repairs

$700

Rowville VIC, Australia

15th Oct 2020

A need about 10m of chain wire fencing replaced at 2.4m height and some adjustments.

Build a chain wire fence and 2 picket gates

$300

Upwey VIC, Australia

29th Nov 2018

I need to dog proof the backyard so looking for a 60cm high chain wire fence on the outside of a curved garden bed as shown in photo 1. (Pardon the photoshop job) This fence should then attach to a picket gate on the path in photo 2. On the other side of this gate, more chain wire fence up to the deck, then possibly a double picket gate opening in the centre as in photo 3. Chain wire total area is approx 12m and path gate is 1.1m and deck gates 1.8m I can pay for all materials and you can quote for labour only or include materials if you can get them cheaper than Bunnings.

I need chain wire fencing

$1,800

Upwey VIC, Australia

21st Jan 2021

32 metres x1.5 metres to replace existing boundary fence between two residential properties

Chain Wire Fence repair

$200

The Patch VIC, Australia

30th Apr 2020

Retention the fence as a tree had fallen and is now sagging. Requires to be fixed and requires appropriate tension tools. 4m segment and 1.8m height. No additional wire is required, everything is still there but requires a retention and possibly 2-3links removed.