Aluminum Fence Options

Aluminum Fence Panels in a Variety of Styles

Finding the right aluminum fencing for your residential or commercial space involves a lot of visualization. You may have an idea of what you want your aluminum fence to look like, but you may not be familiar with the names of the different types of fence panels or styles within the industry. Click on the picture of your preferred style of fence below to see a wider range of fence options, heights and pricing. All aluminum fence panels are available in black, bronze or white. Gold color can be applied to finials and other accessories for an additional charge.

Floridian

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Sierra

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Outback

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Carolina

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Appalachian

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Manhattan

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eXtra Picket (XP)

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Puppy

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Castle

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Cathedral

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Elegant Arch

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Commercial

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Additional Fence Styles and Options

Aluminum Fences Direct offers a vast assortment of accessories to add to your fence. Although all of our styles of fencing are beautiful, elegant, and secure, we are always trying to meet the specific tastes of our customers. When you’re putting up a fence around your property, yard or pool, it’s something that you’re going to be looking at for the life of your home. You want it to be just right, and it’s important to make that decision at the start, when you’re just setting out in choosing a design for your fence.

Fence Spacing

All of our residential styles are available in 6′ widths with a variety of heights.

We also have 8′ wide commercial aluminum fence with 3/4″ pickets and spacing of 3 11/16″.  The 8′ wide panels allow you to dig 20% fewer holes and order 20% fewer posts.

That can make a big difference both in terms of your cost of materials and in the amount of labor required to properly install your aluminum fencing.

ALSO, now offering… 3″ SPACING between pickets on selected styles upon request. There are quite a few Homeowners Associations throughout the country that are now requiring this 3″ spacing.  We’re happy to be able to offer this solution too! 

Frequently Asked Questions

Except where it is noted, the fence height is the actual length of the pickets. The post usually extends an inch or so above the pickets.

If your fence line curves, even though the sections don't bend, the sections can easily be angled in the posts up to 10 degrees per side of the post or 20 degrees if you turn the post 10 degrees first.  This will follow most curves. For a very tight curve, just cut the sections in half and put another post between the two sections. The sections themselves cannot be bent without ruining their structural integrity.

Our swing gates are sold by their opening size, so a 48" gate fits into a 48" opening between posts. The gates will hang flush with the face of the hinge post and latch onto the face of the opposite post. Usually an extra 1/4" added between posts is a good idea… making it 48 1/4" opening for a 4' wide gate.

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