The next time you hear the term “aluminum fence,” you may want to check out a new project by the folks at Aeon.
The company is developing a project that takes just two minutes to build, and is also incredibly easy to do.
The company’s new project, “The Aluminum Privacy Gate,” is designed to be built by an average homeowner, but in a way that makes it look like something a kid might build.
It’s a $299 project, and it can be installed in just about any home in the United States.
You can build the fence in a number of different ways.
It could be installed at the top of a house, and be covered with aluminum foil to create a security feature, or you can cut out the middle of the fence and have it attached to a pole.
It will then be able to be pulled down by a crane, as well as mounted on a post, and hung in a doorway.
The entire process takes about a minute, but Aeon’s creators say they can also automate the process, using robots.
A drone can pull the fence down in a single motion, and can be used to pull it up later, or a person can set up the fence with a drone, which is why the company calls it the “Aluminum Gate” project.
While the project has been in the works for a number, months, Aeon says it was initially going to be a residential project, but as the project grew in scope, it became clear it would be a good fit for larger residential complexes.
This means it can also be installed on any property that already has a fence, and the company is even offering free fence posts to homeowners who choose to install the fence.
The first prototype of the aluminum fence was unveiled in October, and was installed in March of this year.
The fence is only a few inches tall, and Aeon plans to expand it to include other parts like the roof, which will also need to be covered in aluminum.
It is still in the early stages of production, but if the fence sells well, it will be ready to install by late next year.