Indoor Chain Link Fencing

When you hear the phrase chain link fencing, you likely imagine the chain link fencing surrounding a house. Chain link fencing is, of course, intended to provide safety and security, whether you are keeping people or animals inside or outside of the fence. Chain link fencing, while likely associated with a budget, is solid and allows maximum visibility. While commonly installed along the perimeter of properties, chain link fencing is not limited to outdoor applications. Chain link fencing can be installed indoors, serving many other purposes.

Indoor Applications of Chain Link Fencing

Several industries may consider indoor fencing, including warehouses, storage facilities, manufacturing facilities, animal shelters, restaurants, and schools. Indoor and outdoor fencing have many overlapping purposes, including safety and security, but consider the following reasons for indoor chain link fencing.

Warehouse Indoor Fencing: Use indoor chain link fencing to designate specific areas and organize inventory and equipment.

Storage Facility Indoor Fencing: Divide the space into smaller units. Chain link storage units allow users to view and lock their things in a designated space easily. This is also an inexpensive way of dividing a large space for multiple users.

Manufacturing Indoor Fencing: Within manufacturing facilities, indoor chain link fencing can be installed around dangerous machinery, protecting employees and allowing you to see if the machine is operating.

Animal Shelter Indoor Fencing: Create indoor kennels with indoor chain link fencing. Build one unit with additional chain link fence panels and gates to contain animals. An important feature of chain link fencing for animals is visibility, both for the animals and for the employees.

Restaurant Indoor Fencing: Large restaurants may consider indoor chain link fencing to stock dry ingredients or liquor. Installing a chain link fence inside allows you to protect and manage your inventory.

School & Recreational Centers Indoor Fencing: Within schools and recreational centers, indoor chain link fencing may be used to keep a visible equipment inventory. Manage access to and organize sports equipment and more with a caged space. You may also need to install a chain link fence indoors for sports practice facilities like baseball and golf cages.

Parking Garages: While not always considered "indoor," parking garages may install chain link fencing around garage cans, power sources, along the ascending walls, and more to protect their equipment and people.

How to Install an Indoor Chain Link Fence

The assembly of a chain link fence indoors will be like assembling a chain link fence outdoors, but the common question is, "How do I secure a chain link fence to concrete flooring?" Well, fortunately, Chain Link Fittings has the answer: floor flanges.

Chain Link Fittings carries a broad selection of floor flanges for indoor chain link fencing. Offered in various styles and sizes, floor flanges are drilled into the floor. Depending on the style chosen, you will then weld or screw the fence post onto/into the floor flange. This is the most inexpensive option for the installation of indoor fencing, as the flange eliminates the need to grind up existing flooring and pour concrete to position the fence posts. Floor flanges can be mounted to concrete, asphalt, and more. Another option that is similar to floor flanges for an indoor chain link fence is support posts. Support posts are offered in a few heights and are pre-welding fence posts and floor flange.

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