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Vinyl/PVC fencing is the most popular privacy fence material, and it’s easy to see why! It comes in two standard colors – white and tan. Each beautiful shade is guaranteed never to yellow or fade, giving you a lifetime of enjoyment with minimal maintenance. Vinyl fences require very little maintenance, and never need sealing or protection from the elements. The occasional pressure wash is all it takes to wash the mold and dust off your PVC fence to restore it to its original beauty. We provide privacy, semi-privacy, picket, fabric and a myriad of other styles. These customizations can enhance the curb appeal of your home and yard while at the same time allowing you to enjoy full privacy where it matters most.
When it comes to landscape detail and security at low prices, chain link fences are the way to go. We offer a wide variety of fencing products, including gates, framework, and accessories. We offer parts as well as chain link fence installation for a long-lasting product. Best of all, our prices beat anyone in the area. While other fence contractors build for their own needs, we build for yours. Let us help you design a fence that will add value and security to your property today! We offer chain link fence accessories and chain link fence installation services for business or residential properties in a myriad of heights and colors.
Let our company help you create a fence design that adds beauty, security, and value to your property. We’ll install everything from the fence panels, aluminum fence gates, decorative brackets, and decorative post tops. Choose your preferred style from a variety of selections in brown or black.
Aluminum fences are great if you’re looking for something light, water-resistant, and requires minimal upkeep. Here are some reasons to consider having it:
Low cost: Aluminum is less expensive than wrought iron or steel and some types of chain link fences.
Decorative: Aluminum fences provide an economical and stylish addition to your property and comes in both a traditional and modern look.
Good on hills: If your fence has any slope at all, you’ll need a “rackable” material. Aluminum can handle the contours of your yard while eliminating gaps between the fence and the ground.
Security: Unlike chain link fences, aluminum fences don’t have natural footholds, making them a more secure fencing solution.
Rust-free: Aluminum doesn’t rust. In fact, it is less resistant to corrosion than many other fencing materials.
Low-maintenance: Skip the hassle of repainting with an aluminum fence. These fences require virtually no maintenance.
A greener option: Aluminum is recyclable, making it a more environmentally friendly fencing option. If your fence is mostly recycled material, you’ve already done a service to the environment. When it’s time to get a new fence, recycle the old material. Additionally, aluminum doesn’t need to be painted, which reduces your use of chemicals that could harm the environment.
Aluminum fencing is a great choice for homeowners who want a durable, attractive fence around their home. Although this low-maintenance fence requires little upkeep, it’s important to understand what you can do to get the longest life out of your fence. Unlike wood fences, your aluminum fence won’t be impacted by harsh weather or insect damage.
Our wood fences are made out of two types of wood that are both well suited for the Florida Climate. We carry Cypress and Pressure Treated Pine. While the posts and back rails for all wood fences we carry are pressure treated pine, your pickets could be either PT pine or cypress pickets to make the fence. You choose! One of the most frequently asked questions is which one is better, Pressure Treated Pine (PT Pine), or Cypress? While there are many opinions and preferences, we prefer to share the pros and cons of both types of wood and let our customers decide which is best for them.
Keep in mind that no matter what type of wood you build your fence out of, your fence will warp, crack and twist over time. This is the nature of wood and happens to all wood fences as they age and are exposed to the elements on a daily basis. You can reduce the aging of your fence by following a strict maintenance regimen. Paint or Stain will keep the moisture off the fence and will keep your fence from looking gray and weathered. Without the constant cycle of rain and sun, you will see less warping, cracking and twisting. You should also replace all posts, pickets and back rails that warp or crack to prevent them from creating more damage to your fence and to maintain the integrity of your fence. Our wood fences are built with the highest quality products available in our industry.
Another consideration in the longevity of your wood fence is the thickness of your pickets. The thicker the picket, the less chance of it warping, cracking or twisting over time. While this is true, there is also the consideration of the extra cost of using thicker material.
Cypress grows naturally in the Southeast and is a commonly used in construction. It is a dense coarse wood and its tight dense fibers make it more resistant to warping and cracking when exposed to the Florida Climate. Because cypress generates its own preservative oil, called cypressene, it’s an ideal wood for Florida with constant heat, humidity, and torrential rains. Its slower growth rate also results in fewer knot holes. Cypress is naturally resistant to insects, but it is only used above ground. The posts and rails of cypress fences are Pressure Treated Pine.
The Pressure Treated Pine that we use to build our fences is sourced both domestically and from South America. Pine is a very popular material for wood fences because of its price and because it can be treated (Pressure Treated) to make it resistant to rot, decay and insects. Pine grows fairly quickly and is therefore easier to grow on a commercial scale. When compared to cypress, pine generally is not as dense and has more knot holes in it. Both materials are well suited to the Florida Climate, but it is important to protect either type of material from the elements with a good quality wood stain or sealer to keep your wood fence looking good for a long time.
Regardless of the type of wood you choose, you have the option of a variety of styles of wood fences.
Whether your reasoning for installing a fencing system is security or beauty, a metal fence offers you both at affordable prices. The steel components of this fencing system are precision made to ensure the highest standard of quality. Metal fencing can be customized to meet the needs of any commercial or residential application. They come in varying heights and colors, like white or brown. Its individual parts are assembled on-site and mirror vertical wood fencing styles.