An Aluminum Fence Installation for Boynton Beach customers that is competitively priced is available from Xtreme Fence. Whether you have a residential or commercial property our fence installations are ideal and can be used as pool enclosures, as a roll gate, for mechanical entry systems, and can also be customized according to your specifications. Customers can choose a fence in white, black, or bronze depending on their preferences.
An aluminum fence installation in Boynton Beach, completed by our experts at Xtreme Fence is for any customer that wants to have a high-end, modern look that can be used in different projects. Choose Xtreme Fence with full confidence for all of your fencing needs and know that we follow every necessary building code regulation. The great thing about an aluminum fence is that it will not oxidize or corrode from prolonged exposure to salty air.
Your aluminum fence installation in Boynton Beach will last a long time and can be customized according to your specifications. For more information about our fence installations call Xtreme Fence today. We will schedule you for a free consultation and provide you with a free quote!
This type of fencing material is a perfect fit for your South Florida property, especially since most houses in Broward and Palm Beach counties either have a pool or are located on a waterway. Aluminum fences and railings look much more modern and high-end than chain-link, which make them a great alternative when you are attempting to give your property an elegant look. Read more about the specifications and advantages of aluminum fencing below.
Most South Florida properties contain pools, and if you own a pool, building code dictates that you must enclose that pool with an approved structure. The best choice for a pool fence in Broward County or in Palm Beach County is definitely aluminum fencing. This particular fencing material is perfectly suited to enclose a pool as the standard base styles already conform to pool-codes without any customized specifications.
Also, if you live adjacent to a waterway like the inter-coastal, you must install aluminum fencing as it both meets pool-codes and visibility requirements put in place to ensure passing boaters can have clear sight-lines when navigating the waters.
In contrast to iron fencing, aluminum fencing will not oxidize or corrode over time, even in the salt-laden South Florida air. Also, instead of being liquid painted, aluminum fencing components are dry powder-coated. The powder-coating process involved dry powder is electrostatically applied to a raw aluminum extrusion, then cured over time in order to create an extremely durable skin of thermoplastic or thermoset polymer.