There are a variety of latch options when it comes to metal gates made of iron or aluminum. We offer 4 different latch options that will work with all our iron gates and aluminum gates.
When it comes to installing an aluminum fence, one of the big differences from iron fencing is that the aluminum posts are specialized to serve a specific function.
Most folks don?t think about the gate hinges when buying a fence or driveway gate, so today I wanted to familiarize you with the gate hinges available for both our iron and aluminum gates.
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.
By far, we get asked this question most by people shopping for fence and gates is:
Which one is better ? Iron or Aluminum fence and gates?
We go though the most common scenarios and questions to show where iron trumps aluminum, aluminum trumps iron and where they are a draw.
If you’ve read about the differences between our Traditional grade and Signature grade fences and gates, you may be wondering which is the right choice for your project. Check out our video and pictures on the subject in this week’s post!
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.
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.
Finials are what gives an iron or aluminum fence that authentic, traditional look. Does the fence you are looking at provide welded-on, solid iron and aluminum finials at no extra charge?
We?ve often heard folks confused on what to call those decorative elements on the top of our fences and gates.