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Penn Fencing actively supports community projects where its customers work and live. In 2013, the company made a commitment to the power of school choice in children's educations.

"We may be in the fencing business," says president Chad Galbreath, "but we don't think that families should be fenced out of the schools they want for their kids because of financial reasons." To put that philosophy into action, the company participates in the Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program administered by the Armstrong County Community Foundation. The program provides scholarships for K-12 students in both Armstrong and Butler Counties.

Penn Fencing supports Eagle Scout project to build a public library in Millvale, PA, donating aluminum chain link fence, brackets, top rails and other products.

Find out what permits and restrictions your municipality requires before building and installing fencing.

Penn Fencing observes laws and common sense by calling Pa1Call to notify utilities and property owners of its intent to dig near or around underground utilities.

For great curb appeal, concentrate on your entry. Penn Fencing's experts will help you select the right fence and railings for your entry.

Don't compromise the safety of your DIY project. Penn Fencing recommends deck, porch and railing inspection every spring and fall to prevent deck failures.
 

Penn Fencing contributes to Angie's List Wishmakers project to build a safe walkway and railing for a woman with physical challenges.
 

Entryways are the first thing potential home buyers see. Inspect and improve your entryways, decks and porches for a better return when you sell.

Consider privacy, landscape and neighbors when choosing your fencing.  Penn Fencing can help with the appropriate height and distance for "friendly" fencing.

Replace railings in your deck or entryway to improve curb appeal and create the all-important good first impression when selling your home.