Posts Tagged ‘aluminum fences’

Uncovering Myths About Aluminum Fences

Friday, September 1st, 2017
Uncovering Myths About Aluminum Fences

Today we are breaking down some of the most common myths about aluminum fences.

Aluminum fences are some of the most durable, flexible, and popular options on the market today. While many homeowners and business owners love aluminum fences for all of those reasons, there are still many lingering myths about aluminum. Are aluminum fences really all that they are cracked up to be? Today we are breaking down some of the most common myths about aluminum fences. (more…)

What Distinguishes Aluminum and Iron Fences?

Friday, January 6th, 2017

Both aluminum and iron are durable fencing options.

When you are trying to pick the perfect fencing material for your residential or commercial property, it can be tricky to wade through all of the options and their various pros and cons. Aluminum and iron fences are both known for their strength and versatility, but how exactly do they differ? (more…)

Tips for Winterizing Your Fence this Fall

Friday, November 4th, 2016
winterizing your fence

Is your fence ready for winter weather?

Autumn and winter rain storms take quite the toll on metal fence hardware. For example, once rust sets in and gates fall out of alignment, latches will fail to close without manual assistance. A properly maintained fence adds value and security to your home, but a fence that has been allowed to deteriorate is a liability. And unlike a leaking roof, your fence won’t constantly remind you that it needs to be fixed. It’s a good idea to consult a professional fencing contractor for minor repairs or replacements, but there are a few steps you can take to preserve your fence’s appearance and functionality. Here are a few tips for winterizing your fence this fall. (more…)

A Look at Fencing and Gating Terminology

Wednesday, August 24th, 2016
fencing terminology

Post caps aren’t just ornamental, they also prevent water and debris buildup.

There is nothing quite as frustrating as speaking with a salesperson and being met with a bunch of jargon you’ve never heard before. If you’re not a fencing expert, it’s understandable that you might not be familiar with common fencing terminology. Here’s a quick guide to some fencing terms, so that you don’t get left in the dark. (more…)