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Corrugated metal panel fence

Corrugated metal may not be the first thing that pops into your mind when thinking about an attractive accent for the backyard. But as our post highlighting corrugated metal planters showed, corrugated panels can be used for more than just industrial utility. A quick run through the interwebs shows that homeowners and builders all over the country have gotten creative with corrugated metal by employing it in their fences.

There are countless ways to build corrugated metal fences. Natural wood tones complement the metallic tones and, of course, you can always have your panels coated with vibrant painted finishes for a more colorful look.

Stainless steel panels will resist rust and wear, while unfinished metal will form a patina as the seasons move on, adding its own unique character.

Corrugated Fence With Patina

Benefits of Corrugated Metal

Corrugated fences bring all of the benefits of metal roofing and siding to a new application. Unlike wood, these materials don’t need to be stained and treated periodically, meaning you’ve got a totally maintenance-free fence that will remain attractive and functional year after year.

Depending on your tastes, your fence could be built with a modern flair or in a more country style. Combine the metal with wood and other materials to bring out the most character in your finished product.

Modern Corrugated Metal Fence
A beautiful and simple corrugated metal fence

Corrugated metal is lightweight and far less expensive than many types of wood. Remember to sink your fence posts to around 18 inches deep, and always make sure it’s safe to dig before beginning.

You can find a ton of inspiration for DIY corrugated fence posts on on Pinterest, and see just how versatile these building materials are.

When you’re ready to order, or if you have more questions about what types of corrugated metal would work best for your needs, give our expert representatives a call and get the ordering process started! We provide corrugated metal panels for jobs of all sizes and take pride in providing prompt delivery, precision-made produces, and friendly service.


  1. Kenneth Gumbs, April 2, 2017 at 2:41 pm:

    I would like to have that at my house

  2. Kenneth Gumbs, April 2, 2017 at 2:43 pm:

    I like this

  3. Diane Garonzik, May 5, 2017 at 12:47 am:

    How many 8′ sheets of corrugated metal would I need for approximately 500’of fence for backyard security and privacy. and how many metal posts. And what would be the approximate cost of materials. Thank you

    • ITSAdmin, May 12, 2017 at 4:50 pm:

      Hi Diane,

      Give one of our experts a call at 732.367.6333 to get into some more specifics on sizing and pricing. That way we can give you specs on specific products at the most current pricing.


  4. Lauren, October 17, 2017 at 7:26 pm:

    I had a gorgeous corrugated metal fence built at my home in St. Petersburg FL and the zoning people have demanded it be removed (after a neighbor complained) stating that corrugated metal is not an approved fence material–I asked who made that decision and they said “the fencing industry” and I asked “the fencing industry WHERE?” and they said “in St. Petersburg. I am heartbroken as my fence is just gorgeous.

  5. Ken, January 3, 2018 at 8:48 pm:

    Looking for black corrregated steel. 36″ high (ribs running vertical) 12′ wide area.
    Thank you
    Ken’s Custom Construction

  6. Bob, February 25, 2018 at 11:42 pm:

    Colored corrugated metal fences are common in Australia and they look incredible.

  7. Jake, March 5, 2018 at 6:03 am:

    I hope that ‘Lauren’ was able to keep the fence, even if it took hiring an attorney.

  8. Samantha, May 5, 2018 at 12:27 pm:

    Lauren, I’m so sorry to hear they made to take down your fence. We are looking for a person or company who can build one for us. Thank you!!!!

  9. Corrugated pieces. Do you have plans for such a fence, September 3, 2018 at 12:54 am:

    I want to build a corrugated fence. with about 18 pieces of small different color Corrugated pieces. Do you have plans for such a sense

  10. Cindy, April 5, 2019 at 6:09 am:

    Trying to replace this on a very small screened in porch for the roof and bottom that leads to another building

  11. Ed, April 8, 2019 at 12:57 am:

    Will corrugated metal fences block the noise from the neighbors drums?

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