Aluminum Fence

Aluminum fencing is a wonderful alternative to traditional iron fencing because of its lower price point, maintenance-free character and added security. They also provide a certain lightness to your property, allowing you to maintain a connection with the environment around you with subtly thin aluminum rails and spacing, a luxury not afforded with vinyl or composite fencing.​

Vinyl Fence

If you're looking for the best fence you can get for your home, garden, yard, or ranch, you're looking for a vinyl fence from Soldier Fencing. Our vinyl fences are the highest quality fences available on the market, providing years of useful, maintenance-free protection and beauty for your property. 

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Wood Fence

A classic wood privacy fence is still a favorite with many homeowners in Myrtle Beach, whether it's a backyard fence or anywhere on your property. Indeed, the white picket fence is a staple of the American dream. At Soldier Fencing, we favor the look of a wood picket fence over a white picket fence. That is, we like to let the beauty of the wood grain shine through. We prefer to custom build to enhance your landscape​


Fence Types

Chain Link Fence

Chain link fencing is one of the most widely-used and cost-effective containment solutions. Chain link fencing is usually used for containment, but not privacy. Just like iron fencing, chain link fences provide you with security while remaining open for visibility. In cases where people want both chain link and privacy, we can install security slats made of vinyl or painted wood.  ​

Wrought Iron Fence

Wrought Iron is a great type of fence when you're looking for beauty, strength and security around the house or at your business. Wrought irons beauty also becomes part of your home and landscaping Soldier Fencing can help maintain your wrought iron fence to keep it looking beautiful year after year.​