The Various Benefits Offered by Aluminum Fencing

High-quality materials make for high-quality fences. Homeowners should consider aluminum for its enduring qualities and fresh look. Review this list of the advantages offered by aluminum fencing and then purchase an aluminum fence that completely meets your needs. 

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  • Exceptional Durability: Few fencing materials can stand up to punishment, weather, and time like aluminum. Many homeowners prefer aluminum over iron and steel options for its unbeatable resistance to rust. Additionally, aluminum fencing requires far less upkeep that other fencing materials. Homeowners won’t have to spend time worrying about regular touch ups with this installation. Likewise, robust aluminum construction protects fences from unsightly dents and chip damage. These qualities make aluminum a great long-term investment over other fencing materials.
  • Ornamental Opportunities: Fence buyers will find that aluminum fences come with no shortage of decorating options. Numerous paint options encourage buyers to create a unique color scheme for their aluminum fence. Match delightful hues with custom ornamental designs to create a beautifying boundary for your yard. Spear-shaped construction can also be employed for additional security. Furthermore, low material costs won’t limit homeowners as they select a distinctive look for their new fence.
  • Convenient Installation: Aluminum’s light weight makes it one of the easiest materials to work with. This translates to speedy installations by qualified fence construction teams. Likewise, limited finishing requirements mean that an aluminum fence is ready for use directly after installation. This versatile metal material can’t be beat when it comes to meeting security needs in a short timeframe. Get in touch with a trustworthy fencing contractor to find out if aluminum is the best fit for your property.

Chicagoland residents will be thrilled with the superior customer service provided by Paramount Fence. We are proud members of the American Fence Association, recipients of the Angie’s List Super Service Award, and hold an “A” Better Business Bureau rating. Dial us at (630) 406-8410 for more information.

Learning About Fencing Options: Online Resources

Our recent blog topics included information on the timeless look of white picket fences and the importance of keeping your fencing in line with property codes. For more information, check out the following links:

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For more information, contact Paramount Fence at (630) 406-8410.

Dealing with Elevation: Stepping A Fence

Fencing can give your home privacy, a sense of belonging, and an increase in curb appeal. Most fencing is relatively simple to install, but what if your property is on a hill or graded at all?

This short video describes the two options you have when you fence an elevated property. Either you can step a fence or you can fence along the contour. Watch this video to learn more.

To get help from the professionals, contact Paramount Fence for all of your fencing needs. We specialize in residential and commercial fencing for Naperville, Elgin, Batavia and many other Chicagoland communities. Call our experts at (630) 406-8410 for more information.

Keeping Your New Fencing Compliant with Codes and Property Lines

It is important to keep your new fence in compliance with Illinois property lines and codes, not only to keep your neighbors happy, but also to avoid incurring fines. Keep reading to learn more about basic property codes and their importance:

Height Limit

Most fencing laws limit the height of artificial fences in residential areas. Local ordinances in cities throughout the United States regulate fencing. If a fence violates the law and the homeowner intends to change the fence, he or she can apply for a variance. A variance is a one-time exception to the law. If the city has issued new height regulations but the fence was in place prior, the fence can usually remain.

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Property Lines

Boundary fences sit on the line between two properties. Both property owners own the fence when both use it. Each state interprets “use” differently, so it is important to check with your city’s boundary laws. If you plan on installing a boundary fence, then your neighbor and yourself can agree on property lines by binding and signing deeds that describe in detail the agreed upon property line. Making sure that property lines are correct is crucial. If your neighbor encroaches just a few inches onto your property, it can cause problems later if you sell your house. For instance, a title company may refuse insurance or your neighbor may gain that section of property if their structure is on your property long enough.

Appearance of Fence

If your neighbor has built an unsightly fence, you can have the fence subjected to regulation if the fence is dangerous or poorly constructed, prohibited materials are used, the height is incorrect, or where the fence is placed is not correct. Usually, appearance, style, and design are unregulated.

It is best to check with zoning and property laws before constructing a new fence or structure. If you have further questions or are interested in a new fence, contact the experts at Paramount Fence. Call us at (630) 406-8410 for more information.

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