• Why Aluminum is Your Best Bet for Pool Fencing

    Ornamental Aluminum Fences - Black Staggered

    Pool fencing not only looks great, but it is also a legal requirement in many places. Are you wondering what kind of fencing material is best for pools? The answer is aluminum. It’s durable, water resistant, and cost effective. Learn more about aluminum pool fences below:

    Aluminum fences come in a variety of styles that welcome swimmers to the pool. Black is the most popular choice for aluminum pool fencing, but there are a wide variety of other colors to choose from. The colored finish on aluminum fences not only gives it extra style, but also protects it from rust. Aluminum fences are also available in variety of sizes to meet your preferences and local pool safety codes.
    Minimal Maintenance
    Taking care of a pool is a big job in itself, and aluminum fences are popular with pool owners because they give them one less thing to maintain. Aluminum fences require virtually no maintenance and retain their great appearance for many years.

    Moisture Resistance
    Moisture is always present around pool areas, but is no problem for aluminum fences with a water-resistant coating. They won’t rust or rot like other forms of fencing and are able to handle the regular forces of nature year-round.

    Aluminum pool fences are usually less expensive than other fencing options, but are still extremely durable. This makes them a good buy for the cost-conscious consumer. They’re also built to last, relieving homeowner’s worries about the costs of future replacements.

    Aluminum is extremely light weight and easy to forge, making it easier to install around a pool. Because it’s easy to work with, transport, and mold into different shapes, fence contractors and pool owners alike find aluminum to be the perfect material for pool fencing.

    Hire the experts at Paramount Fence to install your new aluminum pool fence. We provide both residential and commercial services, and work with a variety of fencing materials, including wood, aluminum, vinyl, and cedar. Give us a call at (630) 406-8410 for more information.

  • Vines and Climbing Plants to Grow on Your Fence

    There are several plants that grow beautifully on arbors and pergolas. Knowing which plants will grow best on your fence depends on the direction it faces and the level of gardening you feel comfortable with.

    Trumpet vines are vigorous growers that produce orange flowers in the summer. Virginia creepers are also vigorous growers, but attract insects without proper treatments. For more examples of vines and plants that climb well on fences, watch this video.

    At Paramount Fence , we work with our customers during every step of the fencing process, from material selection to installation. Give our fence experts a call today at (630) 406-8410 for more information.

  • The Etiquette of Adding Fencing to Your Property

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    If you’re having a fence installed, make sure you know the proper etiquette to avoid fencing disputes with your neighbors. Make sure that you are courteous and in compliance with local regulations when establishing your fence installation plans:

    Make Sure Your New Fence is Within Your Property Line
    If your new fence ends up on the wrong side of your property line, your neighbor could have it legally removed. With help from your fence provider and surveyor data, you can determine exactly where your property line is. If there is no current surveying data available regarding your property, order new data.

    Tell Your Neighbor about Your Fence Plans
    Pay your neighbor a visit to let him or her know about your plans to have a fence installed. This little gesture goes a long way when it comes to fence etiquette . Let your neighbor know you’ve already looked into property lines and zoning regulations, and answer any questions that he or she has about the new fence.

    Take Care of Your Fence
    If your fence is not identical on both sides, consider having it installed with the better looking side facing out toward your neighborhood. Be sure to keep your fence looking good to those around you by cleaning and maintaining it regularly. Remove leaves and debris that gather around it and wash the fence as needed.

    Talk to Your Homeowners or Neighborhood Association
    Some homeowners and neighborhood associations have rules or guidelines concerning the style, color and height of fences in their communities. To avoid fence disputes with your association, familiarize yourself with these guidelines and do your best to comply. If the fence you want doesn’t meet their standards, consider talking to them or showing neighbors a fence sample and having them sign a petition if they like it.

    Chicagoland’s favorite full-service fence sales and installation business is Paramount Fence . We have 20 years of experience installing high-quality fences and providing our customers with creative and affordable fencing solutions. Call us at (630) 406-8410 if you’re interested in a new wood, aluminum, vinyl, or cedar fence.

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    Servicing the Aurora area, Paramount Fence strives to be the best and sale the best! We specialize in everything from Aluminum Fence to Vinyl Fence! To learn more about what we offer visit our website or call us today at (630) 225-7680