Aluminum fencing is a wonderful option for anyone with pets or barn animals. Keeping your animals safe and secure is a top priority, and it’s important to know that your fencing is doing the job correctly. When driving down the rural roads of Maryland, it common to spot split-railed fences or chain link fences bordering the fields of cows and livestock along the road. Aluminum fencing is a simple, easy, and efficient way to keep your pets and livestock safe as well. More
Unfortunately, installing a new fence can shake up some irritating tension between you and your neighbors. Property line disputes, homeowners association quarrels, and uniform neighborhood conformity will make fence installation tricky. Luckily, in this week’s blog we’ll explore how to deal with these hurdles in a professional, diplomatic way to make sure you still get invited to those neighborhood bbq bashes this summer!
The world around you is getting greener. They’re playing baseball games that mean something. The birds are talking back and forth in rhyme. The air seems to get just a touch warmer by the day. This can only mean one thing: Summer is coming. More
When it comes to building a strong fence that protects your family, keeps your pets inside your yard and establishes a solid border to benchmark where your property begins and ends, many DIY enthusiast look for a fence that’s easy to install and easy to maintain. For these reasons, many choose to install a black aluminum fence.
When you do your homework, you’ll find that most consumers prefer 100% American made panels that are constructed with a polyester powder coating. These panels are strong and highly durable and so they can survive the elements, no matter what extreme weather patterns occur. Consumers also like purchasing aluminum fencing because it comes with a limited lifetime guarantee.
Over the years, we’ve sold a lot of aluminum fence throughout the nation and when it comes to the most popular options, two designs standout the most.
We choose our friends, but it’s rare that we get to choose the neighbors who border all sides of our property. An old quote by Robert Frost says “good fences make good neighbors,” and I believe this to be true. A gorgeous and beautifully installed fence is one way to make a community look great and keep the peace with those who live next door.
We’ve had many questions about the residential aluminum fencing we offer on our site, so let me offer you some background information on the aluminum we sell, the differences between the three styles, and what styles work best in certain situations. If you still have questions after reading this entry, either open up a chat session or give us a call and we’ll be more than happy to help you clarify which fence styles might be best for your DIY project!
Have you looked through our online store and not seen the exact color, size and additional accessory items for your DIY aluminum fence project? Don’t worry—we have everything you need when it comes to custom fencing options! You’ll just need to use either our online chat feature or give us a call to place your order!
Aluminum fences are among the easiest to install so long as you are thorough, patient and well prepared. Planning is critical, so make sure you devote time to properly measure where the fence will go and make sure you measure your aluminum gates properly since the dimensions on these pieces may vary slightly.
Below are the standard instructions on how to install an aluminum fence. In addition to this, we encourage you to download our How To Order Fencing Guide, which offers diagrams that supplement the instructions.
Building a swimming pool this summer? If you live in the United States, chances are that your pool vendor has advised you that in addition to your pool, you will also need a fence. In fact, it’s often a requirement that some sort of perimeter go up around the pool area or else you may face heavy fines within your county or state. If you need a protective perimeter for your pool, I suggest that you go with an aluminum pool fence.
In the past several years, aluminum fences have increased in popularity and many consumers are choosing aluminum over wood fences and wrought iron since it’s fairly easy to install and homeowners can choose from several styles of fence panels and colors to create a perimeter that matches their personality, outdoor décor or meets their security needs.