5 Brick Iron Fence Designs to Add Elegance to Your Property

Brick and iron are two of the strongest materials used in fencing. They are durable and exceptionally beautiful when used in an ornate and decorative manner. They can provide maximum security both on a visual and structural level.

Here are 5 brick iron fence designs that can add elegance to your property:

1. Brick Privacy Fence with a Wrought Iron Gate

Wrought Iron Fencing with Brick Border

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A high brick fence with a wrought iron gate allows for maximum security. It is difficult to climb and protects the homeowner and their family from prying eyes and unwanted intruders. The wrought iron gate can be as ornate or as simple as the homeowner chooses.

2. Brick Pillars and Wrought Iron Fencing

Brick Pillars and Wrought Iron Fencing

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Brick pillars and wrought iron fencing create an impenetrable wall that allows people to look in or out but discourages intruders from attempting to gain entrance.

3. Wrought Iron Fencing Atop Short Brick Fencing

Wrought Iron Fencing Atop Short Brick Fencing

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This type of fence is often considered a 50/50 split. The brick part of the fencing is approximately three feet tall and the wrought iron adds another three to four feet of height. Brick pillars are put in place and the gate can be made of either wrought iron that matches the ornate look of the fence or a stained wooden design.

4. Brick-Based Pillars with Stone Caps and Ornate Wrought Iron Fencing

A Very Ornate Wrought Iron Pattern Between Brick Pillars

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Brick pillars with stone caps or edges along with an ornate wrought iron fencing. The combination of brick and stone adds a rustic touch, while the wrought iron can be used to add a decorative flourish.

5.  Wood Posts with Attached Wrought Iron Fencing Over a Brick Curb

Wood Posts with Attached Wrought Iron Fencing Over a Brick Curb

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Wood posts with attached wrought iron fencing can add a unique, decorative look. The wood can be stained to almost any hue and a short layer of bricks made into a curb at the bottom of the fence can deter rodents and other animals from trying to dig under.

Related Post: 10 Tips to Maintain the Durability and Appeal of Iron Fences
Ron Frazelle is the Project Manager of La Habra Fence Company, a leading provider and installer of chain link fencing in Southern California for over 65 years. Ron is committed to providing the best customer service, high quality products and quick project completion at the best overall value for his clients. La Habra Fence Company offers a wide variety of fencing options, including chain link fences, ornamental iron fences, security cages and security gates.

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