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aluminum Fencing Installation

The benefits of installing aluminum fencing on your North Carolina property.

Aluminum fences are constructed with two to three horizontal members, or rails and a pattern of vertical members, or pickets that are spaced about two inches apart, depending on your needs. You can customize your aluminum fence sections by choosing from slight variations in the most basic style known as “closed-picket”.

There are typically three colors available, including, but not limited to: white, black and bronze. Colors are applied to the aluminum parts via powder coating, a process that coats the surface with a dry powder then cures the parts in an oven creating an extremely durable and attractive top-coat.

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Aluminum closed picket Fence Installation in North Carolina

Aluminum
Closed Picket Fence

Closed picket aluminum fencing is the most standard and basic of all aluminum styles. The closed picket design is constructed by screwing each picket into the top of a bottom channel and then into the bottom of a top-cap and snap system. This style is assembled by snapping each post of a section into the post of the following section linearly. Once the fencing sections are snapped together, a top-cap is then snapped into place on the top of each fence line, creating a virtually seamless top-cap all around.

Aluminum open picket Fence Installation in North Carolina

Aluminum
Open Picket Fence

In contrast to the standard closed-picket style, open-picket fences have vertical members that protrude up through the top channel, and are topped with decorative finials. This style of aluminum fence does not use a top-cap and snap system, instead, each picket is screwed into the bottom channel, and then protrude through holes that are punched into the top channel. Also, the posts on open-picket style are raised up past the top channel.

Aluminum Raised Post Picket Fence Installation in North Carolina

Aluminum Raised Post
Picket Fence

This style is a cross between the traditional closed picket style and the raised posts of the open picket style. Instead of the picket protruding through holes punched in the top channel, they are screwed into an aluminum channel that is then screwed into a post on either side. You can choose to add a middle-rail just below the top-rail, and you can also choose to vary picket spacing according to your needs. Speak with one of our salesman to find out exactly what kinds of style variations are available.

Aluminum Open Picket with Middle Rail Fence Installation in North Carolina

Aluminum Open Picket
with Middle Rail Fence

Aluminum open-picket fences can benefit structurally when you add another rail just under the top-rail. The addition of the middle rail also allows you install accents between the top and middle-rail such as the popular circle accent, you can also choose to vary picket spacing according to your needs. Speak with one of our salesman to find out exactly what kinds of style variations are available.

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