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 East Gwillimbury Wrought Iron Fence
We have a small backyad (< 400 sqft) that was full of weeds feom when we moved in 2 years ago. CDG was recommended through Home Depot, were quick to respond, schedule a visit, and do the work. They were...
We received great service from the team and the final product is exactly what we wanted. Very happy.
On time and on budget. Job description involved both installation of new fencing as well as revitalization of existing fence which included in the replacing existing 4 inch posts with 6 inch posts. I would definitely recommend them.