American fence industry history and organization:
In 1946, after World War II, American fences were basically divided into three types: metal fences, timber fences, and stone fences. Today, I am only talking about metal fences here. Initially, some steel production companies in the United States dominated the production of metal fences. They set up a number of subsidiaries specializing in the production of pipes, iron wires, castings and other readily available hot rolled steel products. In the future, a company specializing in the installation of fences was established. The purpose of these steel companies is to consume the steel they produce. As a result, almost all of the products they make are much stronger than they need. Because they increased the cost of materials, the old-fashioned, and poor service quality, there was no price advantage. The separate fence installation company began to be established. These companies are relatively small in size, have small orders, and have no ability to buy directly from manufacturers. So you can only buy products from older, installation companies affiliated with steel companies. These newly formed installation companies are actually competing with the seller to install the business.