3 Ways To Personalize Your Iron Fencing

Posted on: 23 May 2016

Iron fencing is great for going around your property because it is very secure and long lasting, but also because it looks very aesthetically appealing. However, a simple iron fence can sometimes be a bit boring if it doesn't have some personalization. Thankfully, there are a variety of different things that you can do to really personalize your iron fencing and make it look how you want it to. This article will discuss 3 great ways that you can personalize your iron fencing. 

Include Brick Or Stone Pillars

If you want to break up the iron fencing a bit, you can add brick or stone pillars to your fence design. The brick or stone pillars will be directly connected to the iron, creating a fluid fence design. These pillars are every bit as secure as the iron fencing, and you have a variety of different colors and styles of brick and stone to choose from. For example, if your home is made of a deep red brick, you can have these pillars made to match the brick on your home. The width of the pillars can also be determined by you, which allows your even more ways to personalize your iron fencing. 

Custom Iron Designs

Another fun way to personalize your iron fencing is to add customizations to the actual iron of the fence. You can create certain patterns and designs, such a swirls, flowers, leaves, damask designs, and more. You can also personalize your fence by adding decorative tips to each of the iron slats or by adding your family's name or a welded graphic into the iron. A great place to put your name or a graphic is going to be on your gate where it is easy to see and in a central location. 

Security Gate

Lastly, a great way to not only personalize your iron fencing, but to also make it much safer, is going to be to add a security gate. This gate can be electronically controlled, so that it only opens with a remote control, a code, a certain voice, etc. This makes it safer for both those who you want to stay in and who you want to stay out. Also, you can have cameras added to your security gate, as well as motion activated lights, so that you can easily see who is at your security gate anytime of day or night. Click here to find out more.

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