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Archive for September, 2012

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How to use self-locking fence bands

One way to stand out from the competition is to use self-locking fabric bands when installing chain link in high traffic areas such as residential, educational or recreational areas. The pre-formed Self-Locking Fabric Bands are a flat aluminum wire that fits snuggly around the top rail or line post. Unlike a hook tie, there are no sharp…

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Two Reasons for Floating Fence Post in Cement

There are several ways to set poles when installing chain link fence. The method to use depends on the job, soil and personal preference. There are two main reasons why we float our fence posts in a cement base. Uniformity. When using concrete, floating posts will allow you to never have a need to cut…

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Auger buckets are ideal when filling post holes in difficult situations

Sometimes, hauling cement with a wheel barrel isn’t worth it. It’s easier to haul it and dispense it with an auger bucket that carefully dispenses the right amount of material without breaking your back. We used the Talet Auger Bucket on a rather challenging project. The chain link fence needed to be put up on…

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QR codes make outdoor fence showroom interactive

Here’s an interesting idea to help with fence sales. The outdoor showroom at Delta Fence & Construction has long offered a way for customers to view various styles of fencing whether the company was open or closed. Now, QR codes and a smart phone make it possible to provide sales information anytime potential customers scan…

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