VANCOUVER, BC—(Marketwired – March 14, 2018) – Not all fences are created equal, says the Vancouver fencing installers at QS Fencing. According to a new blog, homeowners who want value and low maintenance should seriously consider aluminum the fencing material of choice. For more, go to: http://www.qsfencing.ca/
While the white picket still holds a certain idealism in the North American narrative, the reality is that wood isn't terribly practical, especially in a climate zone like Vancouver's. The wet weather quickly ruins white paint, while water can erode posts and rot the pickets. In other words, investing in a picket fence means committing to ongoing upkeep and maintenance.
Surprisingly, the same holds true for wrought iron, which is highly susceptible to rust. For a truly durable fence, aluminum is the right choice. It doesn't rust or decay — and it costs far less than wrought iron, which is an important consideration for many homeowners.
Aluminum fencing looks great in just about any location. Go for a nice neutral finish and let it blend in with the landscape. Alternatively, find something that gives your property a pop of colour. After all, white isn't exclusively reserved for pickets!
An alternative to wrought iron and wood, aluminum fencing combines form and function. Whether it's a safety barrier or a decorative element, aluminum fencing is a durable and customizable alternative for property owners who want all the benefits of a fence — and none of the hassles.
To learn more about aluminum fencing, contact QS Fencing at 604–345–5145.
About QS Fencing
Established in 2010, QS Fencing is a family–owned business that aims to provide quality products and superior service. It is a Vancouver–based fencing company that is licensed and insured. All employees are WCB insured as well. QS Fencing serves the geographical areas of Vancouver, West Vancouver, North Vancouver, Burnaby, New Westminster, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Maple Ridge, Richmond, Surrey, and Delta, BC.
To learn more, visit http://www.qsfencing.ca or call (604) 345–5145.