Wrought iron is an alloy of iron that contains a low amount of carbon. Wrought iron has the characteristics of being tough, ductile, easily welded, and malleable. The name wrought was given to the alloy because it can be hammered or rolled while hot enough.
Wrought iron is no longer created as a significant commodity; instead, they are now replaced by mild steel. However, lots of homeowners are still installing wrought iron fences because of its decorative outcome. The result of enhancing the appearance of a property is one of the best features of this type of fence.
Some benefits of choosing a wrought iron fence include:
- Security for your property
- Good appearance
- Low maintenance costs.
When you give us the opportunity to work for you, you can rest assured that the quality of your wrought iron fences will be the best you can find around, because we have the technical ability to know the difference between a fake and an original. Needless to say that we make use of the best materials available in the market.
The primary requirements for working on the wrought iron fence are cutting and mitring. The result of fulfilling this is the ability to bolt, solder, weld, and clip the iron brackets and anchors to make them perfect. These will make the fence last as long as possible.
One disadvantage of wrought iron fencing is that they are among the most expensive fencing materials. Another is that they are heavy so require strong footing as well as careful installation to make it last
However, over time they can be cost-effective because they have a long lifespan. You don’t also need to spend much to care for wrought iron fences. Scratches may occur in the chips which will require you to use sandpaper to take care of them occasionally. You may also need to repaint every 15 years or more; this is to prevent rusting, which is a significant disadvantage of iron use. These are all future problems which we can also take care of.