Build Beautifully with Bartow Fence
At Bartow Fence, we want you to be happy with your new fence and the privacy, security, and curb appeal it provides. As an HOA contractor with more than ten years of experience, our installers thoroughly understand HOA and city regulations. We pride ourselves on our top-quality work and use only the best materials in the industry, so you can rest assured your fence is safe and durable. We appreciate your consideration of Bartow Fence and look forward to helping you find the perfect fence solution that fits the style, design, security, and function you need.
Our Residential Services
• Vinyl & PVC
• Wrought Iron
• Chain Link
• Pool Security
• Gates & Security
• Repair Services
Give us a call today at (770) 334-3434 for a free estimate and to speak with one of our fencing experts about your next project. When you hire our team, you can be confident that your fencing project is in good hands.
Split Rail — Popular for defining property boundaries for residential or agricultural areas and is an economical alternative to a chain-link fence. Split rail fences offer the most natural and rustic aesthetic to your home and are great for covering large areas. They have a simple design, maximized visibility, and installation is typically faster than other wood options
Picket — Often, the “white picket fence” idea is associated with suburban design and the concept of the original American Dream. It not only offers stylish charm but is a cost-effective and functional option. The picket fence has even become popular with more modern materials, such as vinyl fencing.
Privacy — An excellent option for keeping your family safe and having more comfort on your private property. A privacy fence (typically between 4 and 6 feet tall, with no gaps between the wood slats) will keep out intruders, wandering eyes and provide more seclusion. Custom modifications can also be made to add flair and style.
Considerations for Your Chain Link Fence
Mesh — The mesh size has to do with the distance between two parallel wires to create the pattern of the wiring frame. Steel is primarily used to create a stronger mesh, whereas aluminum is used to create more lightweight or temporary options.
Coating — The coating is the outer layer that protects the steel wire. Zinc and aluminum are among the most common coating options. Zinc has the benefit of protecting your fence from rust and natural erosion, while aluminum isn’t quite as resistant.
Privacy Slats — While chain link fences are often noted for providing high visibility, the addition of privacy slats can create more solitude and privacy in your backyard.
There are three distinct types of pool security fences you’ll want to consider:
Perimeter — A permanent option that surrounds the boundary of your yard, including the space of the pool.
Interior — The most common type of pool security fencing, only enclosing the pool itself rather than the entire face of the yard.
Removable — Exactly what it sounds like: a temporary option that can be partially removed to allow full access to the pool area.
As fences age and weather, they require maintenance (some more regular than others), and sometimes major repairs are unavoidable.
Repairs to fences can occasionally present challenges and tricky situations. Depending on where the damage is, the type of fencing material, and the installation process, it may require a whole panel to be replaced instead of a single post or board.
At Bartow Fence, we have over ten years of experience repairing and constructing beautiful and reliable fences. We stand by our products and the quality of workmanship our fully certified fence experts provide and can help pull your fence out of disrepair.
Fence Repair or Replacement?
Unsure if you need just a few boards repaired or if you’ll have to replace a whole section altogether? Performing regular maintenance will help keep your fence looking new and in good condition for as long as possible, but sometimes the damage is unavoidable.
If wood is not regularly maintained, it can rot and develop holes. Vinyl — a typically low maintenance option — can crack or become damaged from storms or lawn machinery collisions. Tension from chain link fences may loosen, and hinges on gates can become worn out and squeaky.