A wrought iron fence is generally more expensive since it commonly custom made specifically for your fencing project. Wrought iron fencing is known for its unsurpassed durability and immeasurable strength. Wrought iron is tough, malleable, ductile, and easily welded to custom specifications. Wrought Iron fences resemble wood because of its lower carbon content and the grain that resembles wood is referred to as slag. Typically this fence is used for pools, garden furniture, and guardrails around the exterior of a house, but can serve a multitude of other purposes as well.
Wrought iron comes in a variety of designs depending on the project and purpose. A great example of this would be spire, which is the type of wrought iron that is best used for enclosing a house or pool. Spire is a vertical piece of wrought iron that serves as a post in the fence, and the spires are generally spaced six inches apart, reaching up to five feet in height. A horizontal member is placed at the top of a wrought iron fence, running parallel to the ground. A scroll is a decorative addition to fence designs that resembles the letter "C" with ends that curl inward in a loop or spiral design.
Wrought iron is most commonly used for pool borders and/or securing a perimeter, since it is the strongest and most durable type of metal available in the fencing industry. You can also elect to put spikes on the gate to make potential intruders second guess entering your property. Any house is not only much more secure, but wrought iron fences allow you that extra class and elegance you deserve.
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