Wrought iron products specialist, Chatterton Lacework
advises buyers to completely inspect the components of wrought iron structures for compliance, quality and style.
When inspecting the wrought iron components, one needs to check the robustness of the various components and the welding of the end product in addition to the symmetry of the scroll work if it is heritage-style wrought iron.
One should also ensure that the wrought iron products comply with Australian building code regulations.
Wrought iron fencing, even those with heritage styles can easily incorporate security elements. For instance, heritage wrought iron fences can have the 'spear' fencing on the top for extra security.
Wrought iron fencing is not particularly cheap, hence buyers are advised to check with the salesperson about the various corrosion treatment options as well as work samples of the manufacturing company.