Grass Chain link fence

A Chain Link Fence with Plastic Grass incorporates artificial or plastic grass elements into the chain-link structure. This design provides a more visually appealing and natural look while maintaining the practicality of a chain-link fence.


  • Aesthetic Appeal: The addition of plastic grass enhances the appearance of the fence, making it blend with natural surroundings.
  • Durability: Chain link fences are known for their durability, and plastic grass components can withstand outdoor conditions.
  • Low Maintenance: Artificial grass requires minimal maintenance compared to natural grass, reducing upkeep efforts.
  • Aesthetic Appeal: Offers a natural and rustic appearance when filled with stones.
  • Versatility: Suitable for residential, commercial, and recreational areas seeking a combination of security and aesthetics.


  • Residential Areas: Enhances the look of backyard fences or front yard boundaries.
  • Commercial Properties: Provides an attractive and secure perimeter for businesses.
  • Recreational Spaces: Suitable for parks, sports fields, or any area where both security and visual appeal are desired.

Technical Specifications:

  • Chain Link Material: Galvanized steel or other corrosion-resistant materials for the fence structure.
  • Plastic Grass Type: Artificial grass designed for outdoor use, typically UV-resistant and durable.
  • Mesh Size: Standard chain-link mesh size, combined with the placement of plastic grass elements.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

Is the plastic grass attached to the entire fence or specific sections?

It can be customized based on design preferences—some fences may have grass panels, while others may cover the entire height or specific sections.

How does the fence handle weather conditions?

The materials used are typically weather-resistant, ensuring durability in various climates.

Can it be installed with different types of chain-link fences?

Yes, the concept can be adapted to various chain-link fence styles, including different heights and configurations.