How Are Wrought Iron Fencing Costs Calculated

We provide our customers with residential grade, traditional wrought iron fence, along with heavier wrought iron fence for businesses. Some costumers aren’t sure about what product they should get – for those who have this doubt, the question is going to be addressed here:

The difference between commercial and residential grade wrought iron fences is the weight and size of the fencing’s components. A 4′ high residential piece, for instance, weights approximately 45 lbs and has 1/2″ vertical square pickets. A 4′ high commercial grade one weights approximately 70 lbs and has an iron fence section made of 3/4″ square pickets.

When we say commercial or residential graded it does not mean that any of them is limited to a business environment or for home use only. It’s perfectly fine to choose either option for either application – you can user commercial grade fences for your residence, or residential grade ones for your business. The terms are used only to determine which one is lighter and which one is higher.

A commercial grade wrought iron fence tends to cost about fifty percent more than residential grade ones. We determine its cost by adding up the posts, gates and fence sections needed for a certain project. Fence sections sold are usually 8′ wide, and their price includes the hardware one needs to install. Posts tend to be 3′ or 2′ longer than the fence sections’ height, so that you can bury them in concrete, and a standard post cap is included in their price. Our gates include a latch and hinges in their price, too. An easy method to estimate how much a 4′ high residential wrought iron fence is going to cost is by using $16.50 for each linear foot. The 4′ commercial grade fence would cost approximately $24 per linear foot.

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