Stainless Steel Fences

Stainless Fences Are Customizable

Just like any type of metal fencing, stainless steel fences are capable of being painted. The only difference is that stainless will not allow rust to develop and expand. This prevents bleed through over the paint because of its rust-resistant properties.

Stainless steel fencing opens the door to custom colour options that can match your home, the landscape, a barn, your porch, and many other products. You can also be creative and use more than one colour.

Imagine painting every 5 balustrades one colour and the next five a different one. Or maybe imagine painting the top and bottom rails one colour and the balustrades another colour. In fact, you can even alternate colours on the balustrades or make them a two-colour design in which half of each one is one colour and the other half is another.

Bendable Properties

Since stainless steel is a form of metal, it can be bent and curved to make fashionable designs. This works great for patios, hills, stairs, and more. It can be bent to conform to the land or bent to enhance appeal. Many balustrades come preformed and ready to install, but the option to bend them manually is available when desired or when a unique look is wanted. Balustrades can have arched, bent, curved, and/or angled properties.

Enjoy a curved balustrade design with one or more curves. Go for the zig-zag look or choose a twisted design. The possibilities are endless when it comes to bendable properties that make a fence really stand out. Arches on the top rails are also common because it adds value and appeal.

Common Locations for Stainless Steel Fencing

Because stainless fencing is pretty universal and is also open to a variety of options, they are used for just about any need. Stairways and walkways are very common because the railing can be painted any colour and won’t rust. Patios also have a place for stainless fencing. They usually include artistic or designer fencing to effectively mesh with the area and blend with its tone. Aside from that, they are also common in local regions that allow it as pool fencing. But if the locality does not permit it as a pool fence, they are still used as accents to the area or get installed along a path that leads to the pool area.