We are a wholesale provider of aluminum fences and vinyl fencing materials designed for the Do-it-Yourself (DIY) home owners and small fence contractors.
We also show you how to install your very own pre-assembled aluminum fences in a variety of styles that start as low as $39 a fence panel. All come ready to install and ships in 5 business days and sometimes less! Some of our more ornate styles take a little longer to ship, but the majority ship very quickly! We also offer a rewards program to help you save even more!
The styles that you’ll see here are residential grade, but we also have commercial and industrial grades available as well! Our traditional residential aluminum fence sections have the ability to adjust (rack) up a slope, 26 inches for every 6 foot wide panel or up to 34 inches with our free double punched option.
All orders are customized to your specific requirements with our more popular styles available to ship in 5 business days*.
* Includes the residential grade Floridian, Manhattan, Appalachian, Outback & Sierra styles.
Our vinyl and aluminum fences come in a variety of styles including: Cathedral and Renaissance... ornamental styles that other companies just can’t offer. Customers can also choose from various colors, gates and accessories. We do this to best suit your specific landscaping needs, all coming standard with a lifetime warranty!
Every panel, post and gate comes with a Homeowners Lifetime-Limited Warranty that guarantees the aluminum fencing against any defects in workmanship. We take pride in providing exceptional quality and we stand behind our products. This warranty also promises that the powder coat finish on all products will not chip, peel, crack or flake and that the fence will never rust for as long as you own your home.
Help keep American workers working!
American aluminum extrusions are purchased from American extruders and then sent to the Carolinas for fabrication, assembly and powder coating by our American workers. Just because another company says ‘Made in America’ doesn’t mean they’re getting their materials from American companies. Make sure to ask where the extrusions are being powder coated. That should give you a better idea.