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Welcome to American Fence Company Iowa's website. Our website is designed to help our customers choose a fence design that they will love for years to come. We have a huge online photo gallery filled with vinyl, wood, ornamental and chain link fences.

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Softball fence in Carlisle Iowa

Check out the new softball backstop at the Carlisle Softball Filed. The backstop netting along with the outfield fence and perimeter fence were recently completed for the Wildcats.     [read more]

Need your construction site secured? Give us a call. Give yourself the piece of mind that your construction site is protected from unauthorized entry.   [read more]

Temporary Fence in Ames Iowa

Need temp fence around your construction site? Give us a call. Quick turn around time and quality install for your piece of mind. Have your construction site secured.   [read more]

Ornamental Fence in Ankeny Iowa

Want the elegance of ornamental fence and still be able to keep your furry friend in the yard? Check out this solution. A beautiful ornamental fence with closely spaced pickets to keep the dog home.[read more]

Just installed this beauty in Huxley. Enjoyed working with some terrific home owners as they added some beauty and property value with the addition of this new PVC fence.   [read more]

American Fence Company Contributes to Jack Trice Stadium

American Fence Company is proud to have contributed to the Jack Trice South End Zone project in Ames Iowa. We were proud to have provided the initial install over 7 years ago and it was exciting to be involved in this new addition to an already outstanding stadium. After several months of constructi[read more]

Unfounded Vinyl Fence Fears

As we round the corner on another Midwest winter, our neighborhood’s vinyl fences are still standing.  Surprising? Of course, not. Vinyl fencing has been around for over twenty years. Its popularity has grown exponentially as it replaces wood and ornamental in popularity.  Yet, there are still m[read more]

Purchasing vinyl coated chain link fencing can be confusing.  One contractor says “9 gauge material” on his proposal while another says “11 gauge wire”.  Which one is better?  Undetermined. Why the confusion?  It all stems from the gauge.  Is it finished gauge or core wire gauge?  A[read more]