Choosing the right fencing materials for your residential, commercial, or farm fencing needs is the first step to building your ideal fence. If you are unsure which fencing materials will work best for constructing your fence, our expert installers can help.
A to Z Quality Fencing & Structures developed an innovative, no-mess installation fence process to make any fence installation hassle-free. Our sister company, A to Z Fence Supplies, manufactures top-of-the-line fence materials to support that process. Don’t see what you are looking for? Contact us to discuss your custom fencing needs!
Vinyl fencing — also known as PVC fencing — is manufactured from polyvinyl chloride (PVC), a thermoplastic resin combined with micro-ingredients to give vinyl fencing its distinctive color, texture, impact resistance, flexibility, and durability.
Our vinyl fencing is available in white or almond. It is adaptable to many architectural styles and is an excellent, low-maintenance fencing option.
Reliable, high-grade vinyl products last for 20+ years without fading. (Low-grade vinyl is vulnerable to degradation from exposure to UV light and extreme temperatures.)
We are Wisconsin and Minnesota’s premier source for vinyl fencing (PVC). We manufacture vinyl fencing through our sister company A to Z Fence Supplies, and sell to other fence installers. Our vinyl is one of the highest quality vinyl fences available, minimizing the impact of UV light and extreme temperatures. All materials are 100% American-made.
Features of our vinyl fence include:
Aluminum fencing is a maintenance-free lightweight product with the look of wrought iron.
Aluminum fencing provides many options for high-quality, affordable ornamental iron fencing because aluminum is strong, long-lasting, rust-proof, visually diverse, and widely available.
If you are looking for straight lines and modern architecture, aluminum fencing is an ideal choice. Some aluminum fencing is more durable than steel but not as stiff.
Feature of our Aluminum Fencing:
Aluminum pricing varies based on the features and accessories selected. To get an up-to-date price for an aluminum fence, use our free online estimator tool for your project.
In addition to fencing, gate, and railing only options are available to be combined with other architectural materials of your choice.
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Wooden fencing’s natural appearance and versatility make it an option for many fence projects. Wooden fencing offers many different custom designs and style options, including the ability to create curved lines. In addition, wooden fencing may be stained or painted, giving it the final touch to complete a custom fence project!
A wood fence’s durability depends on how the fence is constructed and maintained. Specifically,
A to Z Quality Fencing offers three types of wooden fencing construction: Northern White Cedar, Western Red Cedar, and treated lumber. A to Z Quality Fencing’s goal is to build a beautiful, lasting wood fence! Therefore, most A to Z fences are constructed using Northern White Cedar because of lumber quality.
Northern White Cedar boards are thicker and more durable. A to Z uses Northern White Cedar 5″ x 5″ gate posts cemented 4 feet deep versus the industry standard of 4″ x 4″ gate posts cemented 3 feet deep. Our unique bilateral alignment process guarantees level posts and straight lines! In addition, A to Z Quality Fencing offers the best-built gates and the best gate guarantee in the industry – 7 full years.
A to Z Quality Fencing attempts to keep the cost of high-quality wooden fencing affordable. Pricing is constantly changing. Please request a free quote for your project using our online estimate tool to get the most accurate pricing.
Wooden fencing requires ongoing upkeep and maintenance to preserve it from the elements and pests and maintain its beauty for years.
Is it a custom cedar fence for you? Figure out your fence style, or get a free quote!
A to Z Quality Fencing installs chain link fencing for a strong, long-lasting, and most economical fence option.
Chain link fencing is best used in gardens, sports courts, dog areas, or any area needing a temporary fence or boundary fence. Mesh or slats may be added for privacy. Make sure to check any association rules in your location, many subdivisions do not allow chain link fencing.
Galvanized or vinyl coated chain link options are available. The thicker the galvanization means a stronger fence overall which is more resistant to rust and corrosion.
Vinyl coated chain link fencing is available in black, green or brown. All chain link fencing comes with a 15-year manufacturer and labor warranty. All posts are driven in the ground 48″ to avoid frost heave. We offer your choice of residential tube, ss20, and ss40 for all framework.
Check out our free, online estimate tool to get current pricing on your chain link fence today!
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A wrought iron fence is typically used in traditional homes such as Colonial or Victorian. Original wrought iron is welded in a labor-intensive casting process. It is challenging to produce because forms have to be precise to reduce the chances of a wave or a bulge in the fence.
Today, a wrought iron fence is made of modern steel instead of cast iron because of the cost and longevity of the fence materials. A wrought iron fence made from this material lasts longer (traditional iron rusts quickly if scratched), is less expensive, similar in strength, more flexible, and offers the same options as old-fashioned cast wrought iron fencing.
Modern wrought iron fence material provides strength and durability however it requires painting and does fade. It is more restrictive in its possible uses than other modern fencing materials because of its weight and strength.
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Today’s wrought iron fence is more costly than other modern fencing materials. Often aluminum can be used to accomplish the look of a wrought iron fence at a much lower cost than a steel fence.
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Horse fencing materials are different from residential and commercial fencing materials. Horse fence materials include High Tensile Polymer (HTP), vinyl, wood (oak board or treated), or aluminum post & rail. Read more about these materials on our page dedicated to horse fencing materials!
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