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How Easy Twist Fence Ties differ from Twist Tight Fence Ties

People are often confused on the difference between an Easy Twist Fence Tie and a Twist Tight Fence Tie. Both are manufactured by us. The Easy Twist Tie is typically a round tie. This is designed to go around one side of a diamond of a chain link fence. The Twist Tight Tie is typically…

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A tip when using an Easy Auger

Do you ever find that after using a piece of equipment for a time you pick up little habits to make the job go easier? In this case with the MacKissic Easy Auger, all it takes is a pull or a shove. This tip came up while putting up a residential vinyl fence. We had…

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And the winner is….Easy Twist Ties

There is one campaign on Election Day that may come down to the wire. The long-term incumbent Hook Ties is being challenged by preformed Easy Twist Ties. The winner will go on to tie the chain link fence. The challenge for Easy Twist Ties is to differentiate itself from Hook Ties. Voters who don’t see…

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2 tips when using a Boston Digger post hole digger

The Boston Digger is a professional post hole digger widely used by fence installers. It is designed to be able to dig out small rocks and loose sandy dirt from a hole by going underneath it and pulling the sand out. Check out our photos on Flickr. We often use the Boston Digger to clean out holes…

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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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Talet Auger bucket 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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Installink fence dispenser quickly stretches chain link fence fabric

In this video, we are stretching in about 600 to 700 feet of chain link. It’s 10 feet tall, 9 gauge, 2 inch mesh. We use 100 foot rolls. All of our fabric is laid out in position so when we use the Installink fence dispenser. we just load it up at start stretching it….

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Dispose used chain link fence with Rapid Roller

In this video, we are rolling up an 8 foot tall chain link fence that we have to remove on a project at an airport. We dropped the wire down, laid it right on the ground. We cut it into 100 foot rolls and rolled them right up with the Rapid Roller. Most contractors just…

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Setup uses two Rhino Post Drivers and Kiwi to pound fence posts

On an airport job, we were pounding in about 4,500 feet of 10 foot high fence. They are 15 feet long, 5 feet in the ground. We have a setup that we use to work efficiently and get the job done fast. What we use is an old Kiwi pounder retrofitted to hold a Rhino…

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Post Hole Digger vs. Easy Auger: Both require only one operator

On a project that ornamental fence was added to an existing line at a ball field, we used an Easy Auger rather than a post hole digger or Bobcat with an auger to dig the post holes. We only needed to add about 250 feet of fence along a sidewalk in an area that was…

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Problems with hook ties compared to pre-formed chain link fence ties

For years, the standard for the fence industry has been to tie fabric with aluminum hook ties. It’s fast, easy and inexpensive. But while on a routine bid spec inspection for the State of Michigan, Delta Fence and Contruction owner Jeff Lancour kicked the fence they were looking at. The hook ties sprung and the…

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Using a skid-steer door with Installink Jr.

The other day we had a customer inquire about using the door on a skid-steer with an Installink machine. They were running the machine and had a problem with the door. Every skid-steer is a little bit different. We use a Bobcat. Other people use Mustangs. New Hollands. There are different types out there. We…

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Using an Installink when installing fabric in a trench

Someone asked how an Installink or Installink Jr. can be used when they need to install fabric in a trench. They needed the chain link to drop about two feet into the trench along the fenceline. To prevent the skid-steer from caving in the trench, you need to extend the kick-out post further from the…

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L&C Enterprises New Website Launches

The start of this blog is exciting because it marks the beginning of a new direction for our company. We have re-focused on an effort to help fencing companies learn better ways of installing fence. It was a goal when we first started selling our Installink Fence Dispensers. It’s become more possible as we expand…

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