Although wrought iron is a very strong material, it can break under pressure. Broken wrought iron fences can be repaired with epoxy weld. If you have a loose fence, avoid kicking it to readjust the loose parts. Instead, drill down next to the loose post and fill the hole with quick drying concrete to set it straight again.
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Recently Reviewed Ancaster Wrought Iron Fence
This summer, we decided to replace a 50+ year old chain link fence along the back of our yard. We received 3 quotes and Mike’s was right in the middle…he was however the only one who mentioned getting locates...
Required a new fence that had fallen over due to a large tree that had roots lifting the old posts. Also needed a new deck built in top of a concrete pad and then a new fence and gate on...
Paul, Brent and the entire crew were awesome. They removed the existing chain link fence and replaced it with wood privacy fence. From the initial call to the finished product, the experience was professional and of excellent quality. I would...