As George would say on Seinfeld, “You know, we’re living in a society!” That doesn’t mean you have to let everyone and anyone traipse onto your lawn whenever they please, though. Whether you live in a busy city or in the isolated countryside, there are plenty of reasons to have a fence. They offer privacy and security, all while keeping your kids or pets on your own property.
If you are in the St. Louis area, there are many options when it comes to fences for your home (and fence contractors). No wonder, given the many different styles of homes in the area. But how do you choose what will add the most beauty and value to your home? In truth, there’s no better source than a reputable St. Louis fence company.
We’ll be the first to admit it: There is something rustic and beautiful about a (well-maintained) wood fence. But that beauty easily fades when the fence becomes weather-worn, damaged, or rotten. Advances in new engineering materials have now made the modern plastic fence (or vinyl fence) a worthy alternative. Read More
When looking for a fence for your home or commercial property, looks and cost are important, naturally. But the cost of maintaining your fence should play a large role in your decision, too. A low-maintenance fence can be a better investment in the long run without sacrificing security, style, or privacy.
Winters in the Midwest can be brutal on outdoor structures and furnishings, including your fence. A true winter fence should be able to withstand the swings in temperature, not to mention the snow, ice, and wind that come with winter weather.
Privacy fencing can be an important part of your home and property. Not only does it contribute to your peace and security, it can also increase the value of your home. Here we have some privacy fence ideas to get you started, as well as what to look for in privacy fence installation.
Sometimes, you don’t want to put a huge investment into a fence. Maybe an expensive fence is outside your budget, or maybe you’re looking for something to quickly and easily improve the value of a home you are selling. If this is you, you are in the market for value fencing.
Looking for a fence for your yard that adds a touch of character without the need for constant maintenance? Ameristar fence products from Maintenance Free Outdoor Solutions offer all the luxury and durability of ornamental wrought iron fences—but without the high cost and time-consuming maintenance.
If you’ve been looking for vinyl fencing for your home or business, you’ve probably run across the Certainteed brand name. Certainteed Vinyl Fences are made to replicate the look of wooden fences of various styles; their fences look like more traditional posts, panels, and/or latticework, depending on the style you choose. The overall effect is to add security and privacy for your property while adding eye-catching style.
When a business owner thinks about the need for a fence, their thoughts often go to one of two extremes: Either ornamental fences (think aluminum, steel, and wrought iron) or else cheaper chain link. But there is an option that is cost effective and pleasant looking, with the added bonus of enhancing your property’s security: A commercial vinyl fence.
Are you the owner or manager or a restaurant or bar? If so, you know how important the right atmosphere is for making your customers feel at ease. This goes not only for the inside of your establishment, but for the outside as well. This is where a restaurant patio fence or outdoor cafe fence comes in.
If you run a solid business but find that your outdoor space is lacking something, a commercial privacy fence might just be what your need. A commercial grade privacy fence (or simply commercial privacy fence) is a fence designed to enhance the privacy and security of an outdoor space. Because they are used for restaurants, offices, condominiums, and similar businesses, they are built to be sturdy yet attractive.
If your business has been scouring the internet for “the best commercial fence company near me”… look no further. Many businesses in the St. Louis area, from O’Fallon to Perryville, Pacific to Edwardsville, have turned to Elite brand fencing for their commercial fencing needs.
Looking for local experts in commercial fencing? You’ve come to the right place. We are St. Louis’s trusted source for commercial fencing and gates, and our experts are ready to answer your questions about securing your commercial property.
Here are some of the topics our customers ask about most:
If you have a storefront or other public-facing business, the exterior is the first thing customers will see–including the fence. If you want to put your best foot forward, you’ll want to invest in quality fencing from a commercial fence supply company you can trust.
If you’re reading this, you’ve taken a step in the right direction. Maintenance Free Outdoor Solutions offers a number of top-notch products, installed by our commercial fence supply experts. And we specialize in fencing products that are high durability and low maintenance– made from materials like high-quality vinyl, aluminum, steel, and faux stone– so you can get the most return out of your investment.
If you own and/or operate a business or storefront, you already know that your building, lot, and facilities are a large part of your business’s total capital value. How can you increase that value without a huge outlay of capital or disrupting business operations? One of the easiest ways is to invest in better fencing, of course. Commercial steel fencing can create a safe space around your property while improving the overall look.
Are you in the market for a fence for your small business or rental property? If so, you might already have discovered that not all commercial fence contractors are the same. We’ve heard enough horror stories from customers who have come to us after another company failed to deliver a quality product on-time and on-budget. So we thought we would share some of the “do’s and don’ts” to keep in mind when you need a commercial fence and are evaluating commercial fence contractors:
If you have a commercial property—say an office, store, or restaurant—you want that property to be safe, attractive, and able to control the flow of people into and out of your business.
In other words, you need a durable, high-quality fence or railing installed. But not all commercial fence companies are the same: Too many cut corners by hiring inexperienced labor or by using brands and materials that are not high-quality. In addition, some companies may only offer fencing but not railing, which limits your options.
If you are considering a fence for your property, you’ve probably considered traditional wood fencing. But there are also a number of non-wood alternatives. Some of these alternatives are a much better choice when it comes to safety, durability, and pricing.
To prove the point, we’re going to do a head-to-head comparison of aluminum vs wood fencing. Let’s look at each using the five criteria St. Louis area homeowners tell us they care about most: Cost, maintenance requirements, installation hassle, privacy, and looks/style options.