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HOW TO BUY FENCING

 

Below you'll find a step by step guide to determining the right fencing materials for your project.  All aluminum and vinyl fencing come ready to assemble, packed in individual boxes.  If you have any questions, give us a call, our railing experts are standing by to help.

 

 

PLANNING YOUR PROJECT

Step 1:  Browse our website to select a style of fence.

 

Step 2:  Measure off the area to be fenced.

 

Step 3:  Draw a layout of the area where you are installing the fence to determine the number of fence panels as well as the number and type of fence posts that you will need.

 

Step 4:  Place your order online. After following the steps above, you should be able to determine the quantity of fence panels & posts needed. Simply browse our website to choose the style of fence that best meets your needs, select your posts and gates, add caps, and complete your order!

 

 

Need help? Please don't hesitate to contact us. We'll take the time to work with you to make sure you get everything you need to complete your project and we always inspect every order before it ships to make sure you're order includes everything you'll need to complete your project the right way.

 

HELPFUL HINTS

There are five basic post styles available:

  • Line Posts: Used when there will be a fence panel passing straight through each side.
  • Corner Posts: Used for a 90 degree angle.
  • End Posts: Used at the end of runs or in-between gates.
  • Gate Posts: Used to support gates or crossbars which control entry to an area, such as a field or driveway.
  • Blank Posts: Used on the non-hinge side of a gate that does not have a fence panel attached to it.

 

Vinyl & aluminum fence can be cut just like wood (for example, if you have a 5’ wide section, you can purchase an 6’ section and cut it to the required size).

 

A gate is recommended when installing fencing that completely encloses an area. Depending on the gate hardware selected, you must measure your gate (including the gate hardware) after it is assembled to get your inside to inside dimension (example - gate is 44.5" wide and you need 2" for your gate hardware - your dimension will be 46.5”).

 

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