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Sunday, September 1, 2013

Wrought Iron Yard Fences & Gates

Wrought iron has a grainy texture similar to wood and is incredibly durable. Prior to the advent of steel, many things were made from wrought iron, including nails, chain, rails and pipes. Today, wrought iron is commonly used for producing garden furniture, guardrails and fencing. If you're looking into wrought iron yard fences and gates as an option for your home, chances are durability and security are important to you. Wrought iron yard fences and gates offer a beautiful and incredibly durable option for your home. Unlike wooden options, wrought iron does not need paint or stain maintenance on a regular basis. The issues that can arise with wrought iron are very minimal and easy to handle on your own. If rust appears, washing the fencing followed by use of steel wool and wax will quickly get rid of it. Other minor issues that can occur with wrought iron is squeaking. This can be taken care of easily and quickly with occasional oil on the troublesome areas.



Wrought iron yard fences and gates are elegant, handmade and extremely long lasting. They come in many different styles and can complement any design style. From simple homes to elaborate estates with automatic gate entry, wrought iron is an excellent option for beautiful fencing. Wrought iron fencing is see through and can allow you to showcase beautiful landscaping. But if privacy is desired, lush greenery can complement the fencing nicely. The cost of wrought iron will vary depending upon the height and width of each section. It will also be dependent upon how much custom work will be required to fulfill your design. Height options can be anywhere between two to twelve feet. As you research fencing options, consider wrought iron fencing as an alternative to traditional wood or chain link fencing. Wrought iron can add a distinctive touch to your landscaping and though it might be a more expensive option than wood or chain link, it will be a long lasting investment.



Installation of wrought iron fencing is not a simple task. Unless you are an experienced DIYer and are willing to do the research necessary for proper installation (some online companies offer how-to videos), consider hiring a professional company to properly install your fencing. Call reputable and professional companies and ask them to provide you with a quotation. Browse their portfolios of previous work and read customer testimonials to ensure you are comfortable working with the particular company. You can research design ideas on various sites online to help you determine what you would like for your home.

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