"Thank you! The gate arrived yesterday. Please pass on my thanks and appreciation to the artists, welders , logistics team and all who contribute to fulfilling my order - the craftsmanship is exceptional and the materials used will last multiple generations. In a day when one can buy a product on Amazon, get it in two days and then watch the paper thin materials rust to disintegration in less than a year, it is great to know that there are still artists in America making high quality products by hand that will last past my lifetime. Well done!"
Wrought Iron Interlocking Fence - Antique Style Fencing - 4' Tall x 3.625' Long
Our wrought iron interlocking fencing sections are easy to install and will last a lifetime. The fencing stakes itself every 14.5" so it is strong and stable throughout the main runs of fencing.
One connecting stake is included per hoop, so each panel ships with three "loose" stakes and the stakes inside the hoops are welded.
Above ground, the fence measures 48" tall to the tops of the hoops x 43.5" wide each when installed. The gap distance between the vertical rods is 3 1/4" apart for those that are thinking of enclosing small pets. The verticals and hoops are made of 3/8" solid steel rods. The horizontal bands are 1" wide, hole punched flat bands that overlap and interlock with a stake from section to section. The ends have an open hole so the staking spears slide through to attach the fence together and then go into the ground 9". The fence sections have a longer stake between each hoop so there is an anchor every 14.5" throughout the run. VERY STURDY!
Since you get one stake with each section, you will just need to buy one extra staking spear whenever your fence stops. Your fencing might stop for a gateway, tree, building or at the end of the run.
The stakes can be hammered down into the soil so one section goes in right after the other right down the line.
We ship to the lower 48 U.S. for free on orders over $40.00.
Smaller items can be packaged and ship through FedEx Ground and will deliver to your front door without a signature required.
Larger, heavier items need to ship through a freight company and will deliver by a large tractor trailer. They usually park on the street and offer curb deliveries only. Normally they have a lift gate to drop the order to the ground and move it to the side.
Business Deliveries - To be classed as a business you need to keep hours and be located in a business district. They will not call for an appointment so someone needs to be there during business hours to sign for it or there will be re-delivery fees.
Residential - The trucks deliver right to your home. The shipper will call you to give you a window of time when the truck will arrive. An adult needs to be home to inspect and sign for the shipment. If for some reason, you are not there, re-delivery fees will apply. If you need an additional handling service added to your delivery, these service fees will also be applied.