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Aluminum Fence Savannah GA

We offer the largest selection of aluminum fences in Savannah, GA

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Pool Fence Savannah GA

If you are looking for a pool fence in Savannah GA, your search ends here! Aluminum pool fences are by far superior than iron pool fences. They look amazing, do not rust, and most importantly – they protect your children and loved ones from accidental drownings. If you need a pool fence company near me, or someone to install a pool fence as soon as possible, don’t hesitate to contact Savannah Gate and Fence today!

Transferable Limited Lifetime Warranty

Who is covered:

  • The limited lifetime warranty covers single-family residential properties only. This limited warranty extends to the original purchaser and one (1)
    individual transferee as specified herein.
  • A thirty (30) year limited warranty covers any other type of building or property including those owned by corporations, governmental agencies,
    partnerships, trusts, religious organizations, schools, condominiums, homeowner associations, cooperative housing arrangements and apartment
    buildings. The warranty period will be thirty (30) years following the original date of Product purchase.

 

What is covered:

Barrette Outdoor Living warrants that its aluminum fencing products (“Product”) will be free from defects in material and
workmanship for the warranty period. This limited warranty is valid beginning on the date of Product purchase.

Barrette Outdoor Living warrants the Product against peeling, flaking, rotting, chipping, cracking, blistering, splintering, corrosion and rusting; or
abnormal discoloration/fading* under normal atmosphere and weather conditions.

*After prolonged exposure to outdoor environments, all products will experience some gradual fading over time and is considered normal (up to a
standard variation determined by Delta E color measurement, not to exceed Delta 5). Degrees of fading vary depending on geographical location,
air pollution, exposure and other factors.