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Installation of fencing requires many tools that are specific to the fence
industry. Other common tools are available at your local hardware store.
Installing wood, PVC, ornamental iron and aluminum fence require power
and hand tools available at most hardware stores. The tools that we sell
are used to install chain link fence.
For customers who purchase chain link fencing from us we can rent tools
to help you install your fence. Rental charges are 25% of the cost of
the tool per week. Tools are also available for purchase. Our tool
price list (pdf)
and pictures follow by opening the PDF file.
Chain Link Fence Tools:
The rounded nose is ideal for installing tie wires and knuckling (bending)
the ends of the fence fabric if cut. The side cutters are used to cut
the fence wire when trimming the roll, cutting a grade or trimming the
Hog Ring Pliers
These are used to install the hog ring clips to secure the fabric to the
top or bottom tension wire.
Used to cut the chain link fabric. Bolt cutters should be used instead
of the side cutters on the pliers when more than a few cuts are needed.
This tool is used to pull the fence fabric tight on fence stretches up
to 20 feet. (See Pul-Jak and Stretcher Bar with cable ratchet for other
tools to stretch the fabric.)
3 or 2 hook stretcher bar with cable ratchet
The cable ratchet is used with the stretcher bar to pull the fence
fabric tight, especially on fence stretches in excess of 20 feet. This
stretcher can be used to pull 200 feet of fence fabric at a time. (see
Pul-Jak for other stretching options.)
Boston Post Hole Digger
Allegheny Fence sells the standard post hole diggers as well as
the Boston Post Hole Digger. This digger is a professional hand digger
that will dig deeper and extract more dirt than the standard diggers.
Its unique design allows the post hole to be dug approximately 36
deep without widening the hole. This digger digs a 9 or larger diameter
hole. Always dig first with a digging bar and clean the hole with the
digger in hard digging conditions.
Digging and Tamping Bars
These bars have either pointed, chiseled or a flat tamping end
on them. Digging bars should always be used to loosen the ground before
using the post hole digger. Unless the ground is soft enough the bar must
be used or you will quickly damage your post hole digger.
is a tool that is used to stretch the chain link fabric. This is ideal
for tight ends or corners where the hand stretcher does not fit. Typically
you can stretch up to 100 feet of fabric with this tool.
Used to drive or pound posts into the ground without digging a hole.
See also residential installation tools
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