B&T Fencing specializes in steel and aluminum fencing; both of which have unique benefits that can make it difficult to determine which material is right for your home or business.
We’re here to break it down for you:
Due to steel’s protective coating, this fencing option will last for years to come and require minor maintenance.
Heavier and Denser
In comparison to aluminum fencing, steel offers an option resistant to strong winds or damage
Long-term Cost Savings
Steel fencing is a large investment up front, but it pays off in the long-run due to the lower frequency of upkeep required by other fencing materials
Own a commercial property? Does your concern for a safe home keep you up at night? Steel provides a strong barrier to exterior elements, making it a high-security option for any commercial or residential property.
Lightweight with Durability
Aluminum fencing is made of compound materials that will last for years despite being exposed to the natural elements.
Strong, but not for a long-term solution
Because aluminum is lightweight, it has a high chance of bending over time. This means that it is not ideal for commercial or industrial properties that require stronger, more secure barriers.
Short-Term Cost Savings
Aluminum is a lower-cost, effective solution to fencing in the short-term. While still durable, the lightweight nature of it requires regular maintenance and upkeep.
When you’re trying to make the decision between aluminum and steel, consider these questions:
- Is this fence for a residential or commercial property?
- Are you more interested in security or style?
- Is a short-term or long-term solution more valuable to you?
Whichever material you’re interested in, there’s a B&T Fence to fit your needs. Give us a call today at (850) 942-1003 for a free quote!