One of the most common questions we get is about gate widths. Folks aren’t always sure what gate options we offer and what width they need for their project. So I thought I would put something together going over some common gate widths and what size your project may require.Read More
Mother nature is great until her little ones start eating your garden and flowers to nubs in the ground. One of our newer styles of iron fence we now stock is our Puppy Picket style of fence. It adds an extra row of pickets along the bottom to close that air gap between pickets to less than 2 inches.
Iron fence in Puppy Picket style is one of our newer style offerings that we keep in stock. This style adds an additional rail and smaller 22 inch tall pickets between the main pickets to close that picket gap to an under 2 inch wide air gap.
Just some beauty shots to show off our newest stocked style of wrought iron fence. This beautiful style will be offered in a 3ft and 4ft height in our Traditional grade of wrought iron fence. Check out the beautiful shots of the new hoop style iron fence with some gorgeous landscaping and foliage.
Now that we are stocking our iron Hoop and Picket fence, I wanted to do a quick post to go over some specific notes that pertain to this new style of iron fence we offer.
We are excited to announce a new style of wrought iron fence we will be stocking now called Hoop and Picket. This hoop style of iron fence has been a very popular custom style for 10 years now and we have decided to carry it full time with our normal 1-2 week lead time.
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.
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.