Aluminum Fences | The iFence™ Guide to a Successful Project
Measure Your Yard
Measure the outline of your fence. Always round up to the nearest foot to avoid running short on materials. Pay close attention to your grade. Is there a slope? How severe? Each style has specifications indicating how much a panel can rack (adjust) for installation on a grade slope. When the grade slope is steep, Xtra-Rack™ or Max-Rack™ adjustable panels are designed to negotiate the grade and are available at no extra cost. Certain styles, however, do not adjust at all. Our style specifications will indicate when this is the case. It is very important to note that it is your responsibility to make us aware of the grade slope of your yard. We want you to receive the proper materials for your project!
Make A Drawing
When you have finished measuring, make a simple, but neat, drawing like the provided example. Your measurements should be clearly noted so that fence panels, posts and gate materials can be determined. Fence panels come in standard six foot sections, but can be ordered in variable widths, or they can be trimmed to fit on-site. Standard Single gates are sized for four-foot openings. Double gates are sized for ten-foot openings, but they, too, can be ordered in variable custom sizes within a range.
Fax or Email Us and Get a Quote Fast!
Complete the quick and easy worksheet, preferably with your simple drawing attached. Attaching photos of your yard is not a requirement but may greatly aid us in helping you determine what materials you will need. When you send us this information, we will quickly prepare a quotation for you! Of course, if you already know exactly what you need and would prefer a quote based on your own list of materials, just fax or email us your list. Though in this case we will not be able to make recommendations, we will gladly respond with a quote!
Using the outlined steps above, you should better understand your aluminum fencing needs. If you have unanswered questions, SmartTools™ are excellent and easy-to-understand resources. Or, you may prefer to call us and ask us directly. We welcome that approach and are here to serve you!