Home improvement projects can be a tricky balancing act of making changes that both please you personally, but also won’t hurt the value of your home when the time comes to sell. Homeowners add fences for a variety of reasons: privacy, pets, aesthetics, security, etc. However, will adding that fence to your property hurt or help the resale value of your home?
Looking for a one-of-a-kind custom gate or fence? Trying to replicate an older fence you like? Not finding the look you want in the standard offerings? This is where our custom fence and gate fabrication services come into play.
Many people assume you need a curved piece of wrought iron fence in order to follow a rounded section of a layout. However, using curved iron fence panels is extremely difficult, expensive and often not necessary.
One of the main benefits of an aluminum fence is the ability to rack the fence panels to follow the slope of a yard. Check out these installation pics from one of our customers that show an excellent install job of racked aluminum fence following slopes and hills in the yard.
Every wrought iron fence you find locally and online has hollow square tube pickets. However, you want a solid picket wrought iron fence! Why are they so hard to find anywhere? Can you even get a solid picket iron fence anymore? Read on to see why its so difficult to find this type of iron fence anymore.
You’ve scoured Craigslist or eBay for weeks and have finally found an antique fence for your yard that you want to purchase. Before you act, there are 5 things you should know about buying antique or salvage fence that may make you change your mind and want to look for something new instead.
Not all wrought iron fence installations follow straight lines and 90 degree turns. So what do you do when you need your iron fence panels to follow a curve, radius or angle across? Read on to see how to handle this type of installation.
Not all aluminum fence installations follow straight lines and 90 degree turns. So what do you do when you need your aluminum fence to follow a curve, radius or angle across? Read on to see how to handle this type of installation.
Cathy from South Carolina used some of our 3ft Tall Stronghold Iron fence in Classic style and Traditional grade to enclose her front yard to give her little guy some room to roam. It turned out great!
A great customer installation of our 4ft tall Infinity Aluminum fence in Classic. Read on to see some more project photos and to see what our customer Tom had to say.