One of the first decisions required when choosing to install a fence is determining which material to use. The choices are plentiful and varied; this selection process can be overwhelming to the uninitiated. Allow our knowledge to help you come to an informed decision!
Another great alternative to wood is found in aluminum fencing. Similar to vinyl, aluminum benefits from its durability and resilience to weathering. Unlike wrought iron, though, aluminum does not suffer from the effects of rust or fading with age.
During the manufacturing process, the metal is covered with a protective powder paint coating, effectively fusing the covering with the metal underneath. As a result, you can obtain the same advantages of wrought iron or steel fencing at a lower cost and without the downside of rust with which to contend.
With minimal upkeep costs after installation, it is no wonder that aluminum fencing has become such a popular contender amongst our customers.
Unlike wood panels, which are best installed on a flat surface, aluminum is a more versatile material. The production process allows this material to rack, allowing the structure to bend; in this way, the base lining can follow the landscape, permitting it to even be installed on slopes.
This prevents the appearance of small gaps between the fence and the ground, stopping unwanted wildlife from getting in and stopping domesticated animals from getting out.