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Metals are the fastest growing of all fencing types, due largely to the recent surge in interest in modern architecture. Aluminum, steel, chain link, and iron have long been used for security and commercial fencing, but landscape architects are now discovering that metal fences make long lasting and beautiful additions in residential settings. However, metal fencing isn’t right for every homeowner or every fencing project.

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When considering metal for your next fencing project, consider the cost and maintenance requirements of metal fencing. Wrought iron fences, for example, are more expensive than vinyl or wood. However, there’s something to be said about the beauty of a metal fence, which makes the investment a smart one considering the added value in your home. Talk to your San Jose fence contractor to learn more about the pros and cons of metal fencing.