We recently completed a project for a customer in Eaton, on the outskirts of Norwich. We replaced their old and rotten timber fencing with a new iron safety railing.
The customer wanted to improve the safety and kerb appeal of their property by installing a new iron railing that would match the style of their house. The interesting design of the house - with a sloped driveway leading down to an underground garage - meant there was a steep drop just below one of the entrance doors. Fencing this off with iron railings made the area safe without making it feel enclosed.
We visited the site and measured the area where the railing would be installed. We discussed with the customer their preferences and budget, and showed them some examples of our wrought iron railings. Wrought iron is extremely hard wearing and resistant to corrosion. It also allows us to create custom designs.
The customer chose a classic design with vertical bars. They also opted for a black powder-coated finish that would protect the metal from rust and weathering. We used high-quality materials and traditional techniques to craft the railing according to the customer's desired specifications. Once the railing was ready, we removed the old wooden fence and installed the new iron railing on site. We made sure that the railing was securely fixed and that the installation met our strict safety standards.