In Business Since 1999 • Fully Inusured & Bonded • Financing Available • Product Warranties • Superior Workmanship
Here at the Tennessee Valley Fence web site, you’ll discover that “Great People Building Great Fences” is the primary focus of everything we do. Founded in 1999 to provide high-quality fencing services for Industrial, Commercial, and Residential Fencing, Tennessee Valley Fence serves all of Huntsville, Madison, and Madison County, Alabama, and most surrounding areas in the Tennessee Valley.
We use the best quality materials to build various types and styles of fences. Our expert craftsmen are well-trained in Chain Link Fences, Vinyl Fences, Wood Fences, Aluminum Fences, and Ornamental Iron Fences. We offer a complete line of Controlled Access products including Automatic Gate Openers, Intercoms, and Keypad Entry, plus, we are the exclusive manufacturers of “Dura-Gate™,” a fully-adjustable metal gate frame that solves your dragging, sagging, or warping gate problems once and for all.
Our Retail Center is fully-stocked for the most avid do-it-yourselfer. We constantly maintain a showroom and parts department to help you with any fencing project you wish to tackle. When the job is outside of your expertise, our highly-trained design team and installation technicians are able to create a stunning solution that makes a beautiful statement about you.
We trust you will be able to find the information you need for your fencing project right here on our web site. You will find photos, videos, and descriptive text for just about every question you may have. But, as good as our web site is, our people are better. Be sure to contact us for any of your fencing, landscaping, and controlled access needs.
Financing is available through Wells Fargo Outdoor Solutions Visa Program with six-months same as cash (with approved credit). Click here for more information.
Sept 9, 2012 - Building Home & Garden Show
Lynn Kilgore, the executive director of the Huntsville/Madison County Builders Association, oversees the Building Home & Garden Show, now in its third year. "We're larger than last year," she said. "We're a growing show."
Sept 1, 2012 - "Going Green"
As consumers become more and more mindful of the environment, fencing materials are also becoming more eco-friendly, with several options for the environmentally-minded among us to choose from for their next fence or deck project.