Iron fence panels – Block messages are solid square posts used in the construction of the fence. Available in materials such as wood, concrete, stone, metal and plastic, be sure to avoid the plastic for this project, as it may not be strong enough to wrought iron. Metal poles usually come pre-drilled and ready for installation; however, if you need to install a wrought iron panel in a stud or masonry, like a door, you’ll have your own tools to finish the job.
Hold the iron fence panels until it reaches the block and that at the height desired line. Ask someone to help you. Measure the distance between the bottom of the fence panel and floor – to make sure it is even in height to the rest of the fence and that their level.
12 Photos Gallery of: Connecting Iron Fence Panels
Mark where you want the screws that go into the fence post with a pencil or a piece of tape. Brands have to be aligned with the brackets on the iron fence panels. Mark therefore the upper and lower supports. Pilot holes in the fence post using a drill bit that is slightly smaller than the screws you are using. Make pilot holes for all brackets on the panel.