Metal Frame Fence Kits
Say goodbye to the ordinary wood fence… and say hello to a better fence system.
FenceTrac is a metal frame fence system that offers unparalleled strength and unlimited options to create the exact look you want.
Metal Posts & Frame + Any Infill = Beautiful Fence
With FenceTrac, you create your own fence style. Just insert any infill into the metal fence frame…
red cedar, corrugated metal, bamboo, welded wire, composite, vinyl, PVC, hardie board, metal screen, wood rails or anything else
…to create a unique fence that matches the aesthetics of your property. And, it lasts years longer than an ordinary wooden fence.
Simple & fast assembly. Infill materials slide into U-shaped rails. There is no need for hundreds of nails, screws, etc.
Typical installations require just (4) bolts per panel & self-tapping screws to attach Post Trac siderails to each post. (Hardware included)
Fence maintenance is a breeze. If a piece of infill material gets damaged, simply remove the top rail and slide the old piece out and the new piece in. When using standard FenceTrac, we recommend tongue & groove infill to provide the most strength and privacy.
The standard fence kit includes: (1) Top Trac, (1) Bottom Trac, (2) Post Trac siderails (for post mount) and hardware to assemble metal components. Top & bottom rails are available in 72″ or 96″ lengths. Siderails are available to accommodate 48″, 72″ or 96″ panel heights.
FenceTrac’s patented U-channel metal fence frames are formed from galvanized 18 ga. steel for superior strength and durability. Bottom rails include weep holes to drain water. Trac mounting points include slotted holes for easy field alignment and assembly.
Powder Coat Finish
FenceTrac comes in with a durable textured matte black powder coat finish consisting of a multi-stage pre-treatment/wash (with zinc phosphate) followed by a duplex cathodic electrocoat system consisting of TGIC polyester powder coat, providing an industrial, weather-resistant finish.
FenceTrac is designed to be used with nearly any type of rigid infill, so you can create the exact look you want. We offer standard infill choices, or you can source your own infill materials locally.
Colors shown on screen may vary from actual color.
POSTS – GATES – HARDWARE
We offer complete metal frame fence kits including: metal fence posts, hinges, gates and other hardware needed to build your fence. We also provide custom gates built for your specific requirements. View standard metal gate frame kits for DIY assembly.
Steel Fence Posts
Heavy-duty steel fence posts are available from 2″ to 4″ square in black, bronze, tan, white, or un-painted galvanized steel. Posts includes pyramid-shaped cap.
Gate kits are available in standard heights ranging from 4′ to 8′ tall in standard widths ranging from 30″ to 72″ wide. Custom rolling gates available up to 30′ wide.
This drawing for reference only. Infill can be placed horizontally or vertically.
ONE – Set Posts using specified length from Inside-to-Inside posts.
- Top/Bottom Tracs come in 2 standard lengths: 72″ or 96″
TWO – Place Bottom Trac (with drain holes) on the ground between posts.
THREE – Attach Post Tracs to the post by using supplied self-drilling screws.
- Insert Post Tracs into the Bottom Trac partially before drilling them into the Post. This helps installation of the Bottom Trac when it is close to the ground. Clearance is typically too tight to slide Bottom Trac in place after Post Tracs are attached.
FOUR – Raise the Bottom Trac up to the Post Trac and align the slotted holes.
- Insert the bolt and nut into the Bottom Trac and hand tighten.
FIVE – Before inserting Infill Material, notch the first and last pieces to clear the bolts and nuts.
- Recommend at least 1-1/2″ x 1-1/2″ of material be notched out.
SIX – Insert first Infill into the Bottom Trac. Continue sliding Infill into place until you reach the last piece.
- If using H-Tracs, install using the same method as Infill Material.
SEVEN – If using Tension Springs, install in Post Tracs with supplied hardware.
EIGHT – Insert the final piece of Infill by sliding it from the top into the Post Trac (and if applicable H-Trac).
- The final Infill piece should also be notched before inserting. In some situations, the Infill itself may need to be cut down in width.
NINE – Place Top Trac over the Post Tracs / H-Tracs / Infill Material. Insert bolts and nuts and then tighten ALL exposed hardware for finish.