Aluminum Fence - Springfield Missouri

Aluminum Fencing

A maintenance-free fence built with exceptional engineering provides the ultimate worry-free experience.

Aluminum fencing offers an incredible range of benefits that cannot be matched by any other type of fencing. Aside from adding an elegant finish to your property, they are also maintenance free and come with an impressive warranty on both the fence itself and on the workmanship. Featuring an outstanding selection of maintenance-free, powder coated aluminum fence, matching gates, arbors, guardrail and handrail by Aluminum Fence Supply.

Explore our aluminum fencing options to see if aluminum fencing is right for your Springfield Missouri property.

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Aluminum fences are a great choice for Missouri homes and businesses. Many people love the elegant look of black aluminum fencing to enhance the look of their property.

Of course, the major reason people choose aluminum fencing in the Springfield, Missouri area is because it stands up to harsh weather wonderfully. Aluminum fences won't fade or rust or rot and they essentially require no maintenance, other than a squirt with a hose to remove loose dirt and debris from time to time.

Absolutely! Aluminum pool fences are very popular in Springfield, Missouri and the surrounding area.

Aluminum fences do not offer privacy the way a cedar fence does, so most of our customers in the Springfield area choose to use aluminum fencing to protect and beautify their pool area, while protecting the perimeter of their property with wood fencing to provide the privacy many families prefer.

Yes! Learn more about Aluminum Fence Supply's transferable limited lifetime warranty.

Ozark Fence faqs

All posts, panels and components used to create our aluminum fence and gate systems are manufactured by Aluminum Fence Supply are manufactured in the USA.

Pricing on all fencing products can fluctuate, but generally speaking, the up-front cost of aluminum fencing is often higher than other types of fencing. However, because aluminum fencing doesn't rust, or rot, or splinter, and it never needs to be painted or refinished, so the total cost of ownership can turn out to be lower over the full life of the fence.

The Springfield, Missouri climate is a major factor when determining the total cost. Wood fencing (for example) will usually be less expensive than aluminum fencing but will require continuous upkeep which will add time and money to the total cost of your fence.

In addition, many Springfield, Missouri residents claim that aluminum fencing has a positive impact on the price of their home if and when they may sell it down the road.

Typically we wait 2-3 days after the posts are set before installing the fence, this is to allow the concrete to cure to the point that it is ready to hold the fence. If the nighttime temperatures climb about 60 that time frame can decrease, if they fall below 30 degrees, then we typically give the concrete a bit longer to cure.

Our posts are set two feet, deep enough to get below the frost line found in the Springfield, Missouri area.

Our posts are set with Sakrete brand concrete. This is important for two reasons:

  1. Sakrete costs a bit more than mixing concrete ingredients by hand, but it results in a consistent blend of portland cement, sand and gravel. By using Sakrete we are using a product that is tested for an average of 4000 psi. Some fence companies will buy ingredients individually to cut costs.

  2. Sakrete is backed by an actual concrete company. Fencing contractors that cut costs by mixing ingredients individually have inconsistent mixes from post to post and have no recourse if the concrete mixture fails.

The property owner is required by many area city municipalities to apply for a building permit with the planning or zoning department prior to construction. The counties do not typically require a permit; however, fences must still conform to all height and set back requirements.