Spring has sprung, and it’s time to get to work! If you’ve been looking to install or replace the fencing in your yard, we’ve got plenty of styles and materials for a long-lasting, high-quality, great-looking fence that your neighbors will envy for years to come. Convex A decorate style of fencing, the panels are built close and tight with convex arching running from post to post. Not only does it provide plenty of privacy, but it looks great! Lattice Decorative and beautiful, lattice-work can be done for the entire fence if privacy is not an issue for your yard. If..
It’s hard to believe that we’re about to say good-bye to 2014. It’s been a great year here at A1 Fence. We’ve met a lot of great new people. We’ve continued to install some fabulous fences, pergolas, and gazebos throughout our service area in Mequon, Fox Point, Whitefish Bay and the entire Milwaukee metro area. Just take a look at some of our cool projects: We really had fun creating this custom fence. Did you know that even a very small bit of accent fencing can help you turn your back yard into something really special? Sometimes we build other..
Aluminum fences can give your home an “old-world” feel without all of the problems and issues that come with a wrought iron fence. If you enjoy the look and feel of aluminum you may be pleased to discover that the material offers lots of other advantages as well. First, aluminum never rusts. Wrought-iron fences rust because they’re iron, but aluminum has no such problems. Wrought-iron is a little tougher in that it’s harder to dent, but that’s relative. However, they’re both metal. Neither one of them dent that easily in the first place. In fact, some scientific estimates say..