Fencing & Security

Chain Link Fencing Wire is everywhere,
in various forms and widths,
demarcating our homes and businesses.

It protects us against intruders and shows us where we can and cannot pass. Most of all, it is the ultimate utilitarian divide. It's there, but it's not; a truly equitable alternative to its concrete or timber counterparts.

All things considered, chain link offers a different perspective. It defines and protects your space with a light, airy feel, while making your boundaries appear clean and tidy. It's also economical, quick to put up and to replace.

If you are new to building a chain link fence, we recommend that you read our following article, to acquaint yourself with the general process.

A combination of concrete gate posts, a custom built decorative gate, fabrication courtesy ECMIL, chain link, fence poles, fencing and barbed wire, will give your land an attractive, durable, finished construction, clean style and a substantial upgrade to your home security.

Of many traditional security measures
the most effective and long lasting
is the Barbed Wire Fence.

It was first patented in the United States in 1867 to Lucien B. Smith of Kent, Ohio, who is regarded as the inventor.

However, Joseph F. Glidden of DeKalb, Illinois, received a patent for the modern invention in 1874, after he made his own modifications to previous versions.

Barbed wire featured extensively in the development of the West,
in the US, due to its attractive cost, ease of installation and the effective role which the material played, in land demarcation and control of cattle and other herds of animals, previously allowed to
run free across prairies, boundaries, crops and dangerous terrain.

Its introduction quickly changed and instigated new legislation,
to protect rights of damage and loomed large in the security and expansion of the American railway network, keeping livestock
and robbers off the railroad tracks.

It was noted by one observer that,
"it takes no room, exhausts no soil, shades no vegetation, is proof against high winds, makes no snowdrifts, and is both durable and cheap."

The combination of these quality products, are an effective deterrent to unwanted animals,
trespassers and thieves, to secure compounds and private properties, large and small.

We offer these quality materials in the following specifications:

Chain Link Fencing

Rolls: 4', 5' & 6'  
Gauge: 3mm wire
Length: 75'

Steel Fence Poles: 2"
Horizontal Rails:

NB. One and a half inch horizontal rail piping
can be used as posts for 4' fencing wire.

A wide range of accessories are also available, including tying wire, couplings, post caps, eye caps, barbed wire caps and single arms.

All at 19' [6m] lengths

Barbed Wire

Gauge: 12.5
Roll Length:

From Rebar and welded mesh, to barbed wire, chain link fencing, water tanks, wheelbarrows and nails, purchasing from a manufacturer and consolidating your shipping, will result in significant savings against standard retail purchases.

And by making prudent arrangements regarding the shipping container, your material security and product availability will save on your production time.

NB. This article is for general information purposes only and is meant as an incentive to the reader, who should then research and seek advice from their architectural and construction professionals to confirm that the ideas expressed are possible within the building codes of their territory or within the limitations of their home's architecture. ECMIL only recommends their own products and third party products which they supply, as part of their company's roofing solutions to customers.