Heather used our Stronghold Iron fence and gates as part of a major overhaul of her home. It was used in conjunction with some beautiful antique iron gates she found as well. Check out these before and after images!
Whether it is for aesthetics or security, a wrought iron fence is perfect for use around a cemetery or family plot. Few types and styles of fences evoke the proper feel and look for a final resting place. We get lots of requests for our iron fence to be used around a cemetery or family plot.
People looking to install a fence on their own often won’t consider a wrought iron fence because they think it requires welding to install it. However, that’s not the case! Our iron fence (and quite honestly the majority of them out there) utilize some sort of bracket and screw that allows installation with simple tools just about every homeowner has.
The reasons for a high security fence vary across the board. It may be to keep people out, keep people in, protect assets from tampering, etc. However, trying to pick the best security fence can be difficult when faced with a multitude of options between iron, steel, aluminum, wood, vinyl and chain link fence. Of all those options, an iron fence is going to be your best bet. Let’s go over the reasons why you should choose iron for your security fence.
We live in a day and age of various options both online and in stores. While choice is good, trying to figure out the best fence option to go with can be dizzying. Personal preferences, project budget and availability can all weigh down on the decision making process when buying a fence. I thought it may be beneficial to put together a list of pros and cons for choosing a wrought iron fence and share them with you.
There is a bewildering choice of aluminum fence options on the market these days. Shopping for an aluminum fence can be frustrating due to all these options. How do you know which is the best value? Shopping on price alone is a sure fire way to end up with a poorly made aluminum fence. So what makes ours better than the others out there?
While a large majority of iron fence applications are installed using brackets and screws, high-security applications may require a more tamper-proof installation. The best way for a highly secure iron fence is to forgo the brackets and weld the iron fence panels right to the steel posts.
We had a customer that bought our iron fence to use around a historic cemetery. It was replacing a cheaper vinyl fence that not only looked out of place, but did not perform well.
We offer the Locinox Ornamental LAKY and LAKQ latches to use with you aluminum or iron gates. We found out that they recently made a slight change to the design that we wanted to share since the old style is on our videos and sections of our website.