Our Stronghold Iron fence was chosen to be used at a historic church in Sag Harbor, NY. It was a long approval process, but April and Michael from the Eastville Community Historical Society and Sag Harbor Partnership were awesome to work with and I’m proud our fence could be part of a beautiful, historic location. Here’s the final result and some kind words form April and Michael:
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.
Check out the finished project photos we received from Greg in Florida. These could be some of the most beautiful columns I’ve ever seen one of our gates mounted to!
David from NJ used our 3ft Tall Classic style TRaditional grade Stronghold iron to enclose his front yard. For the gate, he utilized some of our add-on decorations to spice up the look. Check out the photos and what David had to say:
Keith from Kansas needed a fence for around his pool and to block a drop off on his property. He wanted something nicer than the builders grade local options and needed a fence he could install around a curve. Enter our Infinity Aluminum fence line in Classic style.
Norm from GA was in dire need of a new gate for his backyard enclosure. His old wooden gate had seen some better days based on the pic below. Read More
Our customer Jim from Ohio recently sent us in some photos of his completed project that are an amazing and beautiful example of using wood 4×4 posts in conjunction with wrought iron fence for an amazing custom look.
We recently sent out an email to our customers asking them to check out our new website. Anthony from Oregon replied back with some very kinds words about the fence. We hope to be getting some completed photos soon and to work with him on the next part of his restoration project!
Here’s what Anthony had to say: