Teresa Kenny and Josh.

Thanks so much for you service in putting in our home fence.

Our doggies really appreciate their freedom once again. Your techs were very nice and did a neat job always keeping us up to date with what they were doing.

Teresa you were so pleasant to work with, it was a pleasure doing business with you and your company.

We will definitely recommend your company and will be happy to give recommendations.

Thanks Again,
Kent & Andrea

Fences

Aluminum fence
“Mechanical which means to assemble by fastening together with screws”. Widely used for its lack of “climb ability”, this style is used for pool barriers and when child safety is of great concern. We fabricate our own fencing here in Boynton, so it is NOT purchased from a third party vendor. This allows us to control quality and style and gives us the freedom to have replacement parts on hand at all times. Even when having to repair damage, this fencing is very forgiving and cost effective.

Welded fence
Like the name implies, welded fencing or railing, is custom fabricated piece by piece to achieve a desire design or pattern. This makes the available styles and designs for this railing, limitless. Great for porches, entrances between columns, patios or for perimeter yard fencing. All our welded products are powder-coat painted for durability

Chain link fence
Chain link also known as; Cyclone fencing, is a time proven fencing system still widely used today and has many varied applications. From simple yard fencing to commercial applications that include; equipment Enclosures, dog kennels, pump stations, to miles of highway barrier, it has no limits. Standard finishes are; Galvanized, Black and Green Vinyl

PVC fencing
Our PVC fencing is a commercial grade product that is much heavier than what you will find at your local home improvements stores. Available in many styles and heights, custom made to fit any property, patio or porch area.

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