Every wrought iron fence you find locally and online has hollow square tube pickets. However, you want a solid picket wrought iron fence! Why are they so hard to find anywhere? Can you even get a solid picket iron fence anymore? Read on to see why its so difficult to find this type of iron fence anymore.
You’ve scoured Craigslist or eBay for weeks and have finally found an antique fence for your yard that you want to purchase. Before you act, there are 5 things you should know about buying antique or salvage fence that may make you change your mind and want to look for something new instead.
You’ve decided you want to install a metal fence in your yard, but now you’re running into issues finding places that will sell direct to you. Read on to see where you can buy metal fence panels.
In a perfect world, your yard would be perfectly level to install your iron or aluminum fence. But what if you have a hilly, sloped or graded yard? Check out our article to see how to install iron fence and aluminum fence in these situations.
You found the iron or aluminum fence of your dreams and pulled the trigger on ordering. The next step in the process is being properly prepared to take home delivery of your order when it arrives.
In an ideal world, your yard would be level, flat and fence ready. However, that is rarely the case in the real world. When utilizing our Infinity Aluminum fence you have an advantage due to the construction of the fence panels and their ability to rack.
As you begin shopping for a fence, you may be wondering which iron or aluminum fence height may be best for your project. We discuss some considerations when choosing a fence height and review each of our standard heights.
Chances are if you are buying a fence or gate, security is a concern. That may be security in terms of keeping something in or security in keeping something out. Read on to find out if iron or aluminum fences and gates are better suited for security purposes.
Wondering if iron fence or aluminum fence will stand up to more abuse? Read on to see which fence material is stronger.
One of the first questions folks have when purchasing something for the outside their house is “how well is this going to hold up to the elements and how often is it going to require maintenance from me?”. This comes up often with fence since you get into painting, staining and general upkeep for something you plan to have in your yard for decades to come. So when it comes to iron and aluminum fence, does one require more maintenance than the other? The answer may surprise you!