Residential Chain Link Fences

Chain Link Fence 4′ high

Chain Link Fence 4′ high

Chain Link Fence Block

Chain Link Fence Block

Pool Chain Link as per City Codes

Pool Chain Link as per City Codes

Chain Link Backyard Dog Enclosure

Chain Link Backyard Dog Enclosure

Backyard Divider Chain Link Fence

Backyard Chain Link Fence 4′ high

Backyard Chain Link Fence 4′ high

Quick Fence Repair supplies and installs a complete line of chain link products that provide exceptional security for commercial, residential and industrial applications. All of our chain link fabrics are warranted to be free from defects in workmanship. Chain link material will not corrode or rust for a period of 10 years. 

Galvanized Fabric
Available in various levels of zinc coating, our galvanized chain link provides superior protection against failure due to rust or corrosion. 

Vinyl Coated Fabric
Our vinyl-coated fences are produced with galvanized wire that has been run through an extruder to apply a thick coating of heavy mill PVC (vinyl) for the ultimate in strength and corrosion resistance. 

Our vinyl-coated fabric is available in four UV stabilized colours (Green, Black, Brown, White) and is guaranteed not to crack, split, or decay.

• Fabric comes in 6, 9, and 11 gauge, with certain custom gauges available.
• Standard mesh diamond sizes are 1-1/4″, 1 ½”, 1-3/4″, and 2″, with some specialty sizes available.
• A complete line of gates is available.

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    Residential Chain Link Fence Installation

    A lot of homeowners in the Greater Toronto Area prefer residential chain link fences around their property. It is a budget-friendly low-cost option that fulfills the basic need of establishing a boundary around a property. 

    A residential chain link fence is made of steel woven in a zigzag pattern that resembles a diamond. This zigzag pattern resembles a diamond shape. Hence, they are also known as Diamond mesh fences. Residential chain link fences are usually 4-foot high.  

    Apart from establishing main boundary lines around a property, a residential chain link fence can also be used as a divider within a backyard, fencing around swimming pools, and as a dog enclosure.

    Here are a few things to consider before you go for residential chain link fence installation.

    Pros & Cons of Residential Chain Link Fences


    • Affordable: Residential chain link fences are more affordable than a wood fence and vinyl fence. This keeps the cost low especially when you have a large area to cover.
    • Transparent: It helps in keeping an eye on your backyard easily. For example, you can easily monitor the kids while they are playing in the backyard.
    • Durable: Residential chain link fences can last a long time. They are easy to maintain as well. They are either zinc-coated or vinyl coated which offer protection against corrosion and rust.
    • Flexible: Unlike most other types of fences, residential chain link fences are flexible. If required, residential chain link fence installation can be done around a circular area.
    • Keeps animals away: It keeps animals like raccoons and rodents at bay. They can’t bite their way through the steel mesh.


    • Privacy: It doesn’t offer privacy. However, slats can be installed to overcome this problem, but it adds to the cost. 
    • Security: Residential chain link fences are typically 4-foot high. An adult can easily climb over the fence.
    • Appearance: It doesn’t appear as good as a wood fence or vinyl fence. It is purely functional.

    How Much Does Residential Chain Link Fence Cost?

    Residential chain link costs are upwards of $9 per linear foot for material and $13 per linear foot for labour. The higher the residential chain link fence specification and height, the higher the cost. The length and finish also add to the total cost. If you are looking for privacy, then the addition of slats will also affect the total cost.

    Furthermore, residential chain link fence costs will be less for a flat-level site than an uneven site. Also, more corners mean more posts, which can also add to the overall cost of installation. On average, you can expect to pay $1400 – $3000 for residential chain link fence installation.

    Most homeowners wonder, “Is chain link or privacy fence cheaper?” Privacy fences like wood fences start at $15 per linear foot for material and $15 per linear foot for labour. On average, it costs $1900 to $4600 to install a wood fence. Therefore, a chain link fence is definitely a cheaper option than a privacy fence.

    What Is The Best Residential Chain Link to Buy?

    Galvanized mesh fabric is zinc coated, which offers resistance against corrosion and rust. It is commonly used for residential chain link fences and for private property enclosures. It easily lasts over 10 years with minimal maintenance.

    Another option is the vinyl-coated fabric. It offers superior resistance to corrosion and rust. It offers superior durability and is aesthetically pleasing. It doesn’t crack or peel easily and is available in different colours.

    While the galvanized fabric is the more economical option, the vinyl-coated fabric offers superior durability and colour variety.

    Lastly, make sure you hire trusted professionals for your residential chain link fence installation.