Thursday, August 15, 2013

Sterling Fence Inc, new rules on fence

Good fences make good neighbors, they say. Good laws make good neighbors and good fences.
A little slower? If spring fix-up season has you picking up the tab for a new backyard fence that keeps your dog and your brown spots on your side and the neighbor's dog on his, you're being pretty darned considerate, you say. The guy next door says you could be more neighborly if you were to build the fence with the finished side facing his house. After all, he has to look at it, too. Several Minneapolis  suburbs, such as Bloomington have addressed this controversy about fences and views of them by enacting “pretty-side-out” ordinances. These ensure that the neighbors and passersby on the street see the best side of your home improvement. For the best view on both sides of the fence, contractors promote what they call “good-neighbor” fences, with two finished sides, posts hidden in the center. “When money doesn't see to be a problem, I always suggest a Legacy Batten board,” which features vertical boards nailed alternately on both sides of horizontal rails. In general terms, a fence with two finished sides costs about 15 percent more than a similar fence with only one finished side, local fencing contractors said. While most homeowners are inclined to do the neighborly thing, others are annoyed to learn — depending on the suburb — there are restrictions that can affect their plans. “Sometimes we have trouble explaining the rules to customers,” said Dale Eads

  “Sometimes they think they can specify exactly what they want because they're paying for it. But we can't really break the law.”

Sterling Fence Inc. will carefully explain what you can do and what doesn't work. We will also explain the way we install Wood fencing or Chain link fencing to minimize neighborhood conflict

Where do we work?

The fencing contractors at Sterling Fence Inc. install chain link, wood panel, vinyl and ornamental fence. We are a full-service fencing company that provides service throughout the Twin Cities including Minneapolis, St. Louis Park, Golden Valley, Crystal, Robbinsdale, New Hope, Hopkins, Edina, Richfield, Columbia Heights, Minnetonka, Plymouth, Excellsior, Wayzata, Orono, Maple Plain, Long Lake, Medina, Minnetrista, Mound, Waconia, Watertown, Delano, Cologne, Victoria, Chaska, Chanhassen, Shakopee, Jordan, Savage, Eden Prairie, Bloomington, Burnsville, Apple Valley, Lakeville, Prior Lake, Farmington, Rosemount, Eagan, Elko, New Market, Maple Grove, Rogers, Anoka, Coon Rapids, Osseo, Ham Lake, Andover, Blaine, Brooklyn Park, Brooklyn Center, Fridley, New Brighton, Mounds View, Shoreview, St. Paul, Roseville, Maplewood, Little Canada, North St. Paul, South St. Paul, Oakdale, White Bear Lake, Dellwood, Woodbury, Lake Elmo, Stillwater, Inver Grove Heights, Cottage Grove, Hastings, Hugo and Forest Lake, MN. We are insured and licensed to operate in the state of Minnesota.

Jerith Ornamental Fence, is aluminum stronger than steel?

Steel Fence Strength, Without the Rust.

Jerith's Exclusive HS-35™ Aluminum Alloy is strong as steel.

You no longer have to choose between the maintenance-free ease of aluminum and the strength of a steel fence. The best of both worlds is available only from Jerith. Through extensive research and testing, Jerith has developed an aluminum alloy called HS-35. This remarkable material gives our aluminum fence the strength of a steel fence, without the rust! Sterling Fence Inc. is the Dealer for Jerith Ornemental fence in Minneapolis and St. Paul

Our HS-35 Alloy has a minimum yield strength of 35,000 pounds per square inch (psi), which is significantly higher than the 25,000-33,000 psi strength found in a standard steel fence. Even more impressive is Jerith's advantage over other aluminum fences, which have yield strengths of only 16,000 psi.

Every post and rail in Jerith aluminum fences is extruded from our exclusive HS-35 Alloy. While some aluminum fence manufacturers claim to use similar alloys, they seldom use it in both their posts and rails like we do. In addition, Jerith is the only manufacturer that uses a high strength alloy in its pickets. Our pickets are over 50% stronger than any other aluminum fence. We don't cut corners on the strength of our products!

An independent testing laboratory has proven that a typical Jerith Residential Fence can support over 350 pounds per section without any structural failure and our Industrial fence can hold over 1,000 pounds! With strength like this, Jerith fences will certainly satisfy your fencing needs for years to come.

Always look for our logo on the sections, post caps, and gates to ensure that you are receiving Jerith quality and our exclusive HS-35 Alloy. Other fences may look like Jerith, but none are as strong, durable or well-built as our strong as steel fence designs. Call Sterling Fence Inc for more information or check out our website.