Ever wish there was more than static pictures and install guides to help you in making a decision on which fence to buy? Wish no further! Our Iron Fence Shop YouTube channel has over 25 different videos to help you learn about and choose the right aluminum or iron fence.
Shopping online has made finding iron fence and gate products not traditionally carried in stores much easier. Finding an iron fence or iron gate online is a good start, but how can you tell if it is a quality product? That part becomes a lot harder when all you have to go off of in a lot of cases is some photos and a few bullet points on a web page. Let’s take a deeper dive and go over what you need to look for when buying a quality wrought iron fence or gate.
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.
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.
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.
It’s a question we often get asked, so here’s a detailed breakdown of the two grades available for our iron and aluminum fence and gates.
What does it all mean?! I break it down so you know what part of the materials are being referred to when you shop for an iron or aluminum fence and gate.
When buying an iron or steel fence, rust prevention on the metal should be something you research closely as the materials and methods used can have a large impact on the appearance and longevity of your fence.
You need a fence. Before you begin shopping, do you know the information required to get your fence project started?