A fence system not only increases the overall safety of a home, but it allows pets and children to play without fear that they will wonder too far away. There are many types of options available when installing a new fence, and one of the best ways to increase curb appeal and the overall safety offered by a fence system is to utilize Wrought Iron Gates. While they can increase the cost of a fence project, they provide the following benefits.
Wood fences require regular cleaning and staining to keep them looking great and to prevent damage that is created by inclement weather. Iron gate systems require little to no routine maintenance, other than a fresh coat of paint every five to eight years. The reduced maintenance required of an iron gate system will save time and money, and allow a homeowner to have more time for the things that matter most.
Automatic Opener Integration
One of the best ways to increase the overall usability of a gate system is to install an automatic opener. Most metal gate systems make this upgrade easy and allow a homeowner to open, close, and lock a fence system with the press of a button. Wooden fences can be more complicated and costly to upgrade, and often they are prone to sagging which can cause an opener to malfunction and become damaged.
Increased Visual Appearance
Wrought Iron Gates provide an unobstructed view that makes them perfect for use around pools and helps increase the beauty of an outdoor space while making it feel more open and airy. Typical fencing systems close off a yard, but iron gates make it easy to keep an eye on children and pets. Also, they offer a high end and sophisticated look that can dress up the exterior of a home.
Installing a fence is a significant investment, so it is essential to choose products that are built to last. The team at Jenks Fence offers a complete line of metal, wood, and wrought iron products, and custom installation services. Call today to find out and more and see how affordable obtaining a quality fence system can be. You can also follow them on Twitter.