Published at Friday, February 22nd, 2019 - 18:49:41 PM. garden fence. By Alarik Werner.
Metal fences for gardens are usually aluminum or iron in nature. The two materials aren’t mutually exclusive. Many fences that might look like wrought iron are actually made of aluminum finished with a powder coating that gives them additional rust and weather resistance, while being cheaper to boot. Wrought iron fencing is heavily in demand, but it’s often out of the range of a homeowner’s budget; but steel or aluminum can be substituted in most cases.
There are a couple things you can do to save even more money on your garden fence. It has become popular to ”patinize” metal fencing, giving it an aged and rusty look. Visit your local salvage yard to find metal fencing panels that are already rusted. Used brick is another good option, as there is no reason for structural support with a garden fence. This can also provide a stylish aged look. Finally, if you live near a creek, dry stone is a great option for a garden fence and it’s completely free. Dry stone is also easy to maintain and will last for years.
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