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Our office is open, yet operating with a limited staff. We are still performing installations and estimates (via phone, online, and at jobsite location) and are able to do so at a safe distance. All customers coming by for pick-up orders will need to call the office before arriving so we can get your material staged. For your safety, and ours, please call the office upon arrival and someone will be out to assist you.

Installers and salespersons can still complete installations and estimates at a safe distance. But if you’d rather do it yourself, we also have fencing materials by the pallet available. With our products, you can safely build the fence yourself.

Allied Fence is licensed and insured, and complying with all CDC Guidelines.
Stay healthy and stay safe!

Aluminum Fencing in Tampa Bay

Allied Fence is proud to offer an outstanding selection of virtually maintenance-free, powder coated aluminum fence, matching gates, and arbors.

*See Gallery for available fencing styles

Why Choose Aluminum?

Available in a wide variety of colors, styles, grades, and heights, you are sure to find a product that will complement a structures’ architecture and landscape design, all while providing safety, boundary definition, and security. 

All of our products are backed with a lifetime warranty, and are tested in Florida’s hot, humid and high salt concentrated environment.





Materials Needed:
* Water hose
* Soft scrub brush
* Bucket of soapy water OPTIONAL

Level of Difficulty:
* 1 - Cleaning metal fences such as chain link, steel and aluminum is very easy and does not require much time/effort to complete.

Recommended Time Frame for Cleaning a Metal Fence:
* For maximum results, we recommend that you clean your metal fences once a year or as needed.

If you want to give your children a chore to do around the house, now is the time. Cleaning a chain link, steel or aluminum fence is very easy and can be performed by almost anyone. Most of the time you can clean your metal fence by simply spraying it off with a water hose. However, if you come across some tough stains or areas that need a little scrubbing, the following advice should do the trick. 

First you will want to prepare a bucket of soapy water. To do this, simply fill a bucket with warm water and mix with any cleaning solution that will not increase chances of rust development. You will then want to take your soft bristle scrub brush and dip it in the soapy water. After the brush is wet, simply scrub the areas of the fence that need cleaning and rinse by spraying off with a water hose... Its that easy. We also recommend you using a spray on wax that you can get at any hardware store.