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.
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.
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.
While shopping for fence, it can get very confusing when you see terms like ‘iron’ and ‘steel’ being tossed around and interchanged. So what are the real differences between them?
This is a very common question we receive when folks are inquiring about wrought iron or aluminum fence. Learn about the differences in video and pictures!
When it comes to security, iron fence is your best bet. Chain link can easily be climbed up, Read More
Gate hardware is an often overlooked part of the fence system. Folks are often unaware of what gate latch options there are even available to them. There are a couple basic styles that we offer. Read More
We often get asked what options and recommendations are out there for installing an iron Read More