How to Use Chain Link Fence Ties

Jul 21st

Chain link fence Ties are used around homes and commercial properties for safety, security and to create areas for children and pets. Chain link fence installation requires that the metal mesh fence material stretched from a metal fence post to another. The fence must then be attached to the vertical fence posts and horizontal top bars to keep the chain link in place.

Chain Link Fence Ties Bracket
Chain Link Fence Ties Bracket

Instructions

Begin at one end of the chain link fence line or in a corner. 1 Starting at one end of the chain link fence Ties or in a corner. Put on a pair of gloves to protect the hands during the work. Stand on the side of the chainlink fence That covers the top rail. 2 Standing on the side of the chain link fence covering the upper rail. Hold a wire hook tie by the hook. 3 Hold a tie wire hook from the hook. Place the straight end of the tie through an opening in the chain link fence just below the metal upper rail of the fence.

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Place the hook of the wire tie around the horizontal metal mesh of the chainlink fence. 4 Place the hook of the wire tie around the horizontal wire mesh of the chain link fence Ties. Tighten the wire tie to hold the hook in place. Grasp the wire with pliers and wrap the short end of the wire around the chain link to secure it in place. Pull the straight end of the wire tie around the back and then across the top of the top rail. 5 Pull the straight end of the wire tie around the back and then over the top of the upper rail.