Garden furniture

Iron fences


The most commonly used fences are metal, typically iron; this material is generally chosen for its durability over the years, for its sturdiness and for the ease with which very pleasing fences are prepared for sight, which become a real piece of furniture in the garden.
Generally the main function of a fence is not the aesthetic one, but that of subdivision of space, and also that of protection; for this reason, depending on the place where our house stands, we can place a fence more or less high, and also more or less shielding.
If we live near a very busy road it is often advisable to place a very high and shielding fence, to divide the garden from the noise and dust caused by vehicles that travel the same road during the day. If, on the other hand, we live in a quiet area, such as a residential neighborhood, the fence may also be small, and allow sunlight to reach even the areas at the foot of the fence itself.


The iron fences There are various types: from the lighter and thin ones, consisting of long thin pegs, which support a wire fence, to the more massive and high ones, made of painted iron poles, or wrought iron treated against the weather.
In the first case the laying of the fence is simple and rapid; first the long poles are laid, driven into the ground or into a small concrete housing; then the iron wire fence is laid, fixing it to each individual post. Fundamental is the operation of tensioning the fence, which must be stretched and firm, to prevent it from falling the first time someone leans on it.
As regards instead the positioning of the iron fences or in wrought iron it is necessary to prepare a housing on the ground, using cement; often these fences are placed on a low wall, 35 to 100-120 cm high. Such fences are therefore practically eternal, and it is therefore good to choose them with care, since the expense to remove a fence and replace it with another is quite significant.


The iron fences are generally eternal, the material of which they are made is very resistant to bad weather, whether it is painted iron, whether it is treated wrought iron.
Over the years, complete exposure to heat, sun, frost, air, water, however, causes some minor inconveniences that can become very unsightly with the passing of the years, and also cause breakage or fragility of part of the fence.
For this reason it is good to provide maintenance on our fence, so as to extend its life.
The number one enemy of iron fences is rust, which over the years can conspicuously ruin the metal; to prevent rust from consuming part of the fence it is good every 4-6 years to clean up any rusted areas and to treat them with a special anti-rust paint; as regards painted iron fences, it is also advisable to periodically repaint these fences, so as to always keep them in good condition.
Before repainting a fence it is necessary to remove rust and any raised or damaged parts of paint; generally to practice this operation it is sufficient to use a rough metal brush.

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From today you can choose in absolute awareness the solution that is best suited to your needs, as regards a crucial product for the furnishing of your green corner, such as that of fences, considering the information we are giving you on the subject within this new section.
In particular, among the product alternatives that this market can offer you, one that we can recommend is represented by the so-called iron fences, probably disadvantaged from the aesthetic point of view compared to those in wood, but able to guarantee a solidity to long term without equal in a context of this kind. In short, take them seriously.