Metal garden fencing – When, in gardens and in open spaces in general, the design choices involve a physical and functional separation between the spaces, without a sudden detachment, but ensuring visual continuity, we can use the fences as separating elements. Metal or wood are certainly the most used materials. Similarly, metal fences can be used. Compared to wood, they offer more economical and durable solutions.
But generally lose their aesthetic value and sometimes create problems of landscape integration that are not always easy to mitigate. But it is clear that the decorative metal garden fencing material has great advantages linked to the transparency effect given by its flexibility, the possibility of serial production and safety. Since the metal can be subject to corrosion phenomena, this is an aspect to be carefully prevented. Also to avoid too frequent and expensive maintenance.
The metals most used are therefore those most resistant to rust. In particular, aluminum, galvanized iron, wrought iron, plasticized wire mesh and, more rarely, cast iron are used. Wrought iron is the solution that has the most valuable aesthetic side, but needs very expensive processing. Even the decorative metal fencing ideas lend themselves to being placed next to vegetable elements. And if the metal part can make the fence line clearer, the vegetable part can dissemble and cover the metal barrier.