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Design ideas for a contemporary full sun landscaping in San Diego.

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Rhonda Sorochan wrote:Aug 2, 2011
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    DIVOLL LESLIE INC ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
    Steel, iron, and aluminum products may be galvanized; that is, coated with zinc to form a zinc oxide barrier to corrosion of the substrate metal. Zinc can be applied at different thicknesses for more or less protection. Thickness is reflected in the price. Care must be taken in handling to avoid scratching the galvanized finish. Field cuts and drill holes require treatment with zinc-containing paint to repair the anti-corrosive barrier. In highly corrosive environments (seashore, air pollution, in-ground, chemical contact, subject to physical abrasion) galvanization can eventually erode away, exposing the substrate metal to oxidation (rust).
  • jaceymae
    Yes, galvanized corrugated sheets will discolor, rust and generally lose their coating with time. People actually pay more for metal that is distressed looking, so if that's the look you are going for, you will get it in time, or can hurry it up by spraying it with muriatic or other acid.
Elisabeth Murray wrote:Sep 22, 2013
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    debora carl landscape design

    The fence is made from galvanized corrugated aluminum panel, with a wood frame around it and wood cap on top.

  • jnorman64

    Where do you buy the metal? We have been looking for it and can't find it.

pcaakes wrote:Jun 28, 2012
  • picarabbit
    what is the material used in this photo? I can't make out the footing-concrete?
  • jaceymae
    pca akes, I too want to do a metal cutout fence. I'm attempting to use corrugated for the stiffness. Will you be using a plasma cutter, or do you know?
lee2018 wrote:May 14, 2012
  • motherbear
    I'm not surprised that you would have to special order it....
  • hungarian69
    It's not a special order. Home Depot has it 8' and 12' long X3.5' w
jvogt05 wrote:Mar 20, 2011
drwpara wrote:May 25, 2014
  • litherlandv
    I love this fence but would like to know if the Corrugated metal is on top of a wooden fence or just on its own. I have a Wooden fence which must stay that I share with neighbors, but really want this look. So I want help in how to attach the Metal ( Or Fiberglass) to the fence. Am concerned about circulation between the 2 materials. Thoughts? Many Thanks, VL California
  • Michalene Edwards
    I would not worry about the circulation between the two fences. You can attach the metal directly to the wood fence with galvanized screws. The part I can't tell you is how to cap the top and bottom because I don't know what your fence looks like. I hope this helps.
Sonja Labrum wrote:Jun 26, 2013
  • donsgirldiane
    How do construct the supporting framework of this fence?
  • lancecrane
    I have a similar fence in the northwest. The metal is turned sideways.
    Yes, it will reflect heat in the summer.
    If you use new metal, you could wipe it down with muratic acid to take away the shine. Commonly used metal is applied.
    It is as wind resistant as any fence would be. No more, no less.
Chance Lunn wrote:May 11, 2011
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        Dorlene Ingram wrote:Mar 15, 2015

          What Houzz contributors are saying:

          siffordgd
          Jay Sifford Garden Design added this to How to Choose a Fence That Feels Right and Works HardSep 15, 2015

          Corrugated Metal FenceThe feel of this fence is completely different from the previous metal fence. This fence has an industrial or agricultural vibe. It is a budget-conscious choice and can be constructed by homeowners who have moderate to high DIY skills. (Check your city building codes before constructing any fence, as these can vary widely.)When to use: When privacy and economy are prime considerations. Some metal can rust or discolor over time, so take this into consideration before choosing this fencing option. When not to use: This type of fence is style-specific, so consider the style of your home before constructing this fence. It speaks well to contemporary, farmhouse and industrial architecture but not to traditional styles. Like all vertical fences, it will pull the eye upward; for single-story houses, you should consider another style of fencing, unless there’s a tree canopy you would like to highlight as a focal point.Points to consider: When planting along a corrugated metal fence, consider vertical plants, like certain ornamental grasses, ‘Sky Pencil’ hollies (Ilex crenata ‘Sky Pencil’, USDA zones 5 to 9; find your zone), noninvasive pillar-shaped barberry cultivars like ‘Orange Rocket’ (Berberis thunbergii ‘Orange Rocket’, zones 4 to 9) or trees like ‘Slender Silhouette’ sweetgum (Liquidambar styraciflua ‘Slender Silhouette’, zones 5 to 10). Plants with a vertical growth habit will not compete with the lines of your fencing.Guide: Pros and cons of corrugated metal

          brianbar
          Brian Barth added this to A Deer Fence Can Be Decorative as Well as ProtectiveJul 21, 2015

          Build a wall. Deer are much less likely to jump when they can’t see what’s on the other side. Unlike a see-through fence, the accepted height for a deerproof wall is about 6 feet. Walls can easily be monstrous in form— and in their impact to a landscaping budget. However, there are some slender, inexpensive options, such as a corrugated metal wall like the one pictured here.

          frankorgan
          Frank Organ added this to How to Design a Calming Minimalist GardenSep 11, 2013

          Set BoundariesMinimalism in the garden should should start with boundaries. Because minimalist design is about restriction, especially in the use of color within the overall design, the choice of what is used — be it fencing, walls or hedges — is vital to creating a successful scheme. Neutral colors tend to be the most popular, as they are calming and understated. Unpainted, galvanized, corrugated metal panels have been used here; the natural furrows and ridges create texture and shadow.

          billygoodnick
          Billy Goodnick Garden Design added this to How to Pick a Nice Wall for Your Garden RoomAug 6, 2013

          Creating a contemporary feel comes easily when you substitute corrugated metal panels for wood. The rhythmically undulating surface complements delicately vertical plants, like thrashing reed (Thamnochortus insignis, zones 9 to 11), a South African native right at home in this simple, stylish corner of the yard. Tip: Building and zoning codes may include restrictions about how high walls and fences can be within the setback areas of your property. Check with local officials before setting the height and location of your walls.

          susanstieglitz
          Susan Stieglitz added this to Corrugated Galvanized IronMay 25, 2012

          Not just for roofs, CGI can be used in a variety of applications, such as this fence.

          bud_dietrich
          Bud Dietrich, AIA added this to Landscape Detail: Do Fence Me InMar 28, 2012

          A solid fence of wood posts and rails with a corrugated infill creates a striking presence. And the plantings certainly soften the fence, creating a nice combination of textures and colors. This is ideal for transitional or contemporary architecture, as it combines a clean, modern aesthetic with softer, older materials. And this fence is great at providing privacy as well as security.

          amyrenea
          Amy Renea added this to Soften Modern Landscape Lines With PlantsDec 7, 2011

          Metal ribbed panels could read industrial and cold, but whimsical grasses make them come alive. The vertical line of the grasses echoes the line of the ribbing but moves with the wind. Also notice the bright green ground-hugging plants on the wall's top and bottom.

          rebekahzaveloff
          KitchenLab | Rebekah Zaveloff Interiors added this to 6 Tips From Great Urban GardensMay 9, 2011

          I've always had a thing for corrugated metal, whether it's used on the outside of a building or the inside (such as on the back of an island), so I love this fence. The tall, wispy plants stand out against the color and texture of the corrugated metal.

          What Houzzers are commenting on:

          verdehouzz
          Verde Creations, Inc. added this to SULLIVAN resMay 13, 2019

          planting with metal wall concept

          jrickysimmons
          jrickysimmons added this to Patio, fire pit, terraced landscape Texas houseMay 1, 2019

          Corrugated galvanized panels for fencing

          deh284
          deh284 added this to ExteriorApr 28, 2019

          Pretty wall but probably gets really hot

          shakat
          shakat added this to CorbinaApr 25, 2019

          whatever this flower, so pretty

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