Aluminum fences and wrought iron fences are two of the most popular options on the market for their beauty, unique attributes, and durability. They might seem like they are pretty similar, but aluminum and wrought iron have a few notable differences.
Aluminum fences are essentially maintenance free, especially if they are powder coated or coated in vinyl. As a result, aluminum can be a great option for those seeking the durability and look of iron without the downsides. Aluminum fencing typically comes in five different color options, so you can choose a color and style that let it blend into your landscape or one that helps you to stand out. Aluminum fencing is a great option for both residential and commercial properties. One downside of aluminum fencing is that it can be susceptible to denting. Even though you won’t have to worry about rust, you may need to worry about some wear and tear if you live in a busy area.
Wrought Iron Fencing
Iron fencing is synonymous with heavy duty durable fencing. Wrought iron fencing works exceptionally well in high security applications or if you expect your fence to undergo a lot of wear and tear, need it to be built very tall, or want to take advantage of extra security add-ons. Wrought iron is a timeless and elegant choice, so it can be customized to fit your aesthetic. Wrought iron fencing does need slightly more maintenance than aluminum fencing, as iron is prone to rusting. As long as you get a quality installation from Hercules Fence and take care to remove and repaint any rusted patches as quickly as they appear, you shouldn’t ever have a real rust problem.
Choose Powers Fence Supply for All of Your Aluminum Fencing Supplies
Power Fence Supply has years of experience in providing DIY-ers and professionals alike with the materials and knowledge needed to properly install aluminum fencing. We take the guesswork out of the equation and make it possible for you to have the supplies for a brand new aluminum fence delivered right to your doorstep. Whether you have installed fencing before or are looking to try your hand at it for the first time, we are happy to help you along the way. Visit us online or give us a call at (855) 469-5421 to get advice on your project or get assistance placing your order. For more useful tips and information about us, be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and YouTube.