Published at Friday, March 01st, 2019 - 02:53:42 AM. Outdoor Gates. By Lancelot Voisin.
Iron Fencing Iron fencing has long combined both beauty and function in residential, commercial, and industrial situations. Also known as ornamental fencing, it was originally made from wrought iron. Steel or aluminum are now incorporated into production. Most commercial and industrial fences are made using welded or assembled steel. Aluminum is more common in the residential arena. Iron fences can be designed with pickets above or below the fences top rail. Also, aside from its customized, ornamental appeal, iron fencing provides security by keeping unwanted prowlers out and pets and children in the yard.
Planning Your Fencing Project Before you attempt a fencing project, you should take time to carefully plan out your project. This will help you determine what type of fence you want, where you want it placed, and what you want the finished project to look like. The first planning step is to consider your reasons for wanting a fence. Do you need it for child safety, pet protection, decorative purposes, privacy, or as a barrier to trespassers? The next planning step is to determine if you will do the work yourself, or if you will hire a professional to do the work. Professionals can handle the entire project for you, saving you a lot of frustration and hard work; or you may hire a fencing contractor to complete only a portion of the job. Fence building does require a lot of time and effort, but you will be rewarded with the satisfaction of a job well done if you follow some basic tips for building.
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