Three Ways To Make Your Aluminum Fence Stand Out

Aluminum fencing is quickly becoming one of the most popular fencing options in Central Florida. Unlike wrought iron, it is rust-resistant and requires very little maintenance to maintain a beautiful appearance. It is also lightweight and more affordable than wrought iron. Even historic homes are making the switch to aluminum to cut maintenance costs of fencing, despite the traditional appeal of other metal fences. 

Aluminum fencing is beautiful, but to make yours really stand out you’ll want to add accents and garden elements surrounding the fence. Below are three ways we’ve seen homeowners customize their aluminum fencing with truly remarkable results:

Choose a custom topper or gate design

Aluminum gives a regal appearance to your lawn due to its resemblance to wrought iron. Make use of this unique aesthetic quality by adding decorative fence toppers, gate designs, and more. The striking appearance of aluminum is rare but will help set your house apart from the rest. 

Add climbing vines and other garden elements

Aluminum fences offer a beautiful view of your yard, so make the most of it with elegant garden touches around your fence. ALuminum can typically stand up to climbing vines as long as they are well-maintained. Plus, they offer the perfect view of flowering shrubs if planted near the fence line. 

Mix other fence styles with your aluminum. 

Because aluminum is such a simple fence design, it easily works with brick, stone, or wooden accents. These additions to your fence design instantly add curb appeal and are typically not much more expensive than a simple aluminum fence. Ask your FloriFence contractor what different gate and arbor options you have with aluminum.

FloriFence loves aluminum fencing, and we bet you will too! Contact us today to learn about your aluminum options, or check out our blog for more fencing inspirations.

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