Every StandardGates' side fence is first custom designed by you, and then our team of experienced ironworkers will use heavy duty steel to handcraft it to the highest industry standards. Your fence will be American made, thoroughly cleaned and then finished with a thick layer of protective anti-gassing primer and black satin powder-coat. Next your fence will be reinspected for quality and then shipped FOR FREE * directly to your home; ready to be installed using our Do It Yourself (DIY) Fence Installation system. Remember to always safely enjoy your fence installation in the sunshine and with a suitable partner. Call us anytime if you have questions during the installation or ordering process.
Fence | Finish: Thick satin black powder-coat with an enviromentally friendly rust preventing anti-gassing primer under-coat.
Width | Size: If the size you need isn't shown, let us know. Unless requested otherwise, all fence are 6ft tall when set 2 inches above the ground.
Posts | Two: Fence panel will be bolted into these two posts.
Style | None: Sometimes a flat top is all you need.
Pickets | None: A great choice for horizontal ironwood fence or if you plan on attaching your own material.
Ironwood | Vertical: Match-all sustainable hardwood vertically attached to the face of each panel.
For orders of gates/fences to be shipped to Alaska and Hawaii, a flat rate of $750 will be applied. Shipping to other states within the US is complimentary. When ordering a gate/fence, accessories/parts will also be shipped at no additional cost. Delivery of your order is typically expected to arrive within 3-5 business days, though there may be instances where it takes longer. The freight dispatch team will contact you on the day of delivery. Please be advised that it is your responsibility to unload your products safely and with assistance. If you require the use of the freight truck's lift-gate, an additional fee of $85 will apply. It is important to carefully inspect your shipment for any concealed damages and missing items before signing the proof of delivery slip. Failure to do so may result in you being held responsible for any replacements or repairs needed.