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Tennessee Valley Fence

Welcome

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 Wrought 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.

 

If you're having trouble finding familiar images or text, please visit our old site by clicking here: Take me to the old site. For Architectural Metals, click here.

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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.

Latest Projects

40 Acres and a Mule Fence

White Vinyl Classic

This fence is decorative only used to accentuate the beautiful property and style of the house.

Iron ornamental fence revival

Basketweave Black

Pool installation project in the historic district. Check back soon for completed project photo.

News

November 19, 2013

Some Fences are built solely to irritate neighbors; these are called "spite fences" Without fence regulations, the city would be without the means to settle such disputes.

Remember, fence regulations establish your rights as well as your responsibilities. If a fence is constructed in violation of the City's fence ordinance, the owner may be required to correct the problem by relocating it or reducing its height at the expense of the homeowner.

Normally, the city does not look for these violations; but if a complaint is filed, then an investigation must be conducted.

November 4, 2013

7 Reasons for Constructing a Fence

1.) To block Visual acces to thier property.

2.) To demarcate property lines.

3.) To inhibit access

4.) To provide a secure area for pets and children.

5.) To imporve climactic conditions (particularly to break up strong winds).

6.) To enhance the appearance of the property.

7.) To serve as a retaining wall or noise barrier.

August 27, 2013 Our new addition!

Tennessee Valley fence now offers bollards and pipe rail. Bollards are powder coated safety yellow. These are cash and carry items!

August 22, 2013
If you have a fenced in yard, it's probably because you want your yard to be a haven for your family and your pets. But storms, accidents, decay and predators can damage your fence. How can you maintain your family's and pet's safety if your fence gets damaged? Start by calling your fencing specialist to schedule a fence repair appointment and get a price quote. While you are waiting on professional help to arrive, there are a few things you can do to temporarily seal the hole in your fence.

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August 6, 2013- Getting ready for fall? We are and we would like to help you refurbish your existing patio furniture and hand rails and make your football party the talk of the neighborhood!

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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."

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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.

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