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    The Home Group Lawn/Landscape Logo
    Plano, TX·

    concrete, Landscaper, masonry , and 2 more

    "Alex and his crew were fantastic. He found a way to work within my budget and get my landscaping ready to put my house on the market. I was pleasantly surprised by how beautiful and classy he was able to make it look with such a small budget. I highly recommend them for any of your landscaping projects and needs!!"

    Jennifer C. in December 2020

    DTX Fence and Iron Logo
    Heath, TX·

    Fencing, Outdoor Living, Interior Remodels , and 3 more

    "Bo and Rigo are responsible, professional, and honest. They give great reasonable prices. Did a great job on my electrical slide gate, loved it so much. I would rate them more than a 5 if I could. Would definitely recommend them to all my family and friends."

    Nancy H. in July 2022

    DD
    Arlington, TX·

    Chain Link Fence, Wood Fence, Wrought Iron Fence , and 1 more

    "They were so professional. They did an extreme excellent job."

    BJ K. in November 2017

    MoMack Welding and Fabrication Logo
    Carrollton, TX·

    Wrought Iron Fence - Repair or Weld, Aluminum, steel, and stainless steel, Handrail fabrication and installation , and 1 more

    "Just perfect in every way!"

    Joan R. in August 2018

    C&C BUILDERS Logo

    "They raised my cedar fence 2 ft, built an 8 ft sliding gate and a wrought iron gate. The work was well done and professional. I would highly recommend this company."

    Diedra B. in December 2023

    John's Custom Welding & Fabrication Logo
    Blue Ridge, TX·

    Wrought Iron Fences, Metal Stairs and Railings, Residential and Commercial , and 2 more

    "I've used John for several fence projects over the past few years (automatic gate installation, wrought iron and cedar fence construction) and he is by far, the most talented, kind, caring contractor I've ever encountered. He did a great job communicating with me throughout the duration of the project. He does it right the first time and will make sure that you are 100% satisfied before he collects the final payment. I HIGHLY recommend John for your next fencing project!"

    Jeff W. in July 2024

    FF

    "Reasonable prompt polite professional"

    Bruce S. in May 2024

    Livgreen, LLC Logo
    Rockwall, TX·

    Lawn Care, Framing, Patio cover extentions , and 3 more

    "Trimmed shrubs that were overgrown. Excellent work and cleanup! Highly recommend their services."

    Debra K. in November 2023

    Cilio Structures & Metalwerx Logo
    Stephenville, TX·

    Fabrication, Welding, Fabrication , and 4 more

    "Great people! They pay attention to detail to ensure it is your vision, and make sure everything is top quality, very fair in price and reliable!"

    Kendra M. in July 2024

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How much do wrought iron fence installation companies typically cost?

  • Dallas, Texas Average
    $3,022
  • Typical Range
    $1,258 - $3,983
  • Low End - High End
    $600 - $8,600

Frequently asked questions

  • Budget: Your budget is central in influencing which fence you buy. Figure out your spending limit and determine your budget per linear foot, as fencing costs can quickly add up.
  • Durability: Consider strength, lifespan, resistance to pests, rot and fungus, rust, and the material’s ability to withstand local weather conditions.
  • Maintenance: Maintenance, cleaning and repairs should be simple and minimal.
  • Purpose: The style of fence you choose should be suitable for its intended purpose. 
  • Installation: Find out what installation requirements, such as foundations or supports, are necessary. Research if DIY is possible or if professional installation is your only option.

  • Wood fence styles range from traditional to contemporary and from purely functional to attractive and decorative.
  • Lattice fences are affordable and decorative. You can use them as privacy fences by growing dense foliage over them.
  • Vertical board fences are the most common type of residential fence. There are budget-friendly options available as well as higher-end panels. Vertical board fences are affordable choices for basic privacy and security fences.
  • Picket fences conjure up cozy images of traditional properties with carefully tended lawns. They’re good for demarcating a property boundary but don’t provide much security.
  • Post-and-rail fences are a solid choice for making a boundary over a large area, as material use is minimal. However, they don’t provide any security or privacy.
  • Metal fences are generally stronger and more secure than other materials. You can choose from highly ornate and secure metalwork or simple but functional wire. For the higher-end options, which are often costly, homeowners often reduce costs per square foot by combining the metal with brick.
  • Aluminum fencing is an attractive, more affordable alternative to wrought iron. Although it has a similar appearance, it’s not as strong as wrought iron.
  • Steel fencing is a strong, long-lasting fencing option that’s good for creating a secure barrier around your home.
  • Vinyl fencing made from PVC comes in a range of styles, including those that mimic real wood.
  • Composite fencing is an amalgamation of wood fibers, pulp or sawdust and ground plastic particles that are bonded and held together by an acrylic resin. It looks and feels like real wood and is an environmentally friendly choice, as it usually contains a high percentage of recycled materials.
  • Wire fences are not made to enhance the aesthetics of your property, although some homeowners opt for black fencing to help boost aesthetics. They are inexpensive, purely functional products suitable for DIY or professional installation.
  • Barbed wire fencing isn’t common in residential settings. While it’s an inexpensive, fierce and intimidating security deterrent, it isn’t attractive and will not add value to your home.

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Things to Consider Before You Install Wrought Iron Fencing or an Iron Gate:

How long should the fence be?

  • Less than 50 ft
  • 50 - 99 ft
  • 100 - 199 ft
  • 200 or more ft

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    Which types of gates would you like?

    • Single walk gate
    • Ornamental walk gate
    • Driveway gate
    • Ornamental driveway gate

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    Recent Job Requests for Fence Contractors in Dallas, TX

    • Project Location: Dallas, TX
      Date: 01/30/24
      How tall should the fence be?: Less than 4 ft
      How long should the fence be?: Less than 50 ft
      Comment: Looking for a replacement/repair to my patio wrought iron gate/door. The current bolts on the gate are barely attached to the patio wall and exterior wall.
    • Project Location: Dallas, TX
      Date: 01/07/24
      How tall should the fence be?: 4 - 8 ft
      Type of Gate: Single walk gate
      How long should the fence be?: 50 - 99 ft
      Comment: I want to install a new wrought iron fence around the yard. The back is already there, so I need an estimate for adding the sides and gate.

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