Aluminum Residential & Commercial
Aluminum Fences add a special touch to any home or commercial building; there is a style for every customer.. The styles are never ending closed picket aluminum fencing, open picket aluminum fencing, and aluminum fencing with added middle rails, 2 or 3 Rail Fences are also common, and of course every pet lovers dream Puppy Picket, Custom gates can be welded to fit any size, style, and height, including single walk gates, double drive gates, and even elaborate estate gates.
ALUMINUM WHITE 3 RAIL 4FT
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Part of designing any fence is planning the job from start to finish. This is why is essential to understand what our customer expect from us. Before we leave your home we can assure you will have the following.
A COMPLETE DESIGN OF YOUR NEW FENCE
ESTIMATED TIME OF INSTALL
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Counties and City Regulations: Aluminum is one of the few type of fences that meet the 25ft Rule for Canal, Corner Homes, and home owners who which to add a fence on the front of their property line. Lee Counties is one of the many counties that allow homeowner to add an extra layer of security starting at front of their property line. Unfortunately not all Fence types pass the strict requirements implemented by the Counties. Fences must maintain a minimum of 4ft and not be a privacy fence. This Fence is the right one for you!
Versatility: Aluminum fencing can be adjusted to fit your landscape, so you can use it on flat surfaces as well as sloped land without worrying about ugly gaps and awkward transitions. We work hand in hand with the manufacturers; this facilitates the process of ordering custom designs to fit your spatial needs.
Easy Maintenance: There is no need to repaint or retain an aluminum fence. Unlike wood and many it does not stain, or rot! Aluminum fencing is covered in a powder paint coating during manufacturing, which fuses the paint to the metal surface, so that the fence will last for decades without showing wear.
Lower cost – and a classic fence look: An aluminum fence looks almost identical to its steel or wrought iron counterparts. However, since aluminum is lighter and does not demand excessively specialized production, an aluminum fence will cost you considerably less than other metal fences.