Located 3'x12' steel panels at local steel supplier. They're relatively inexpensive ($20ea) and seem like they'd make attractive urban fence if finished nicely. I've also seen taller galvanized version at farm supply store but steel I think would look nicer. Salesperson told me they sell a lot of it for deck railing because it meets code.
The hog panel railings are in, as is the handrail on the looong ladder. We are debating the pipe finish.Â I’m in the camp of letting it rust and age a bit, then clear coat to seal the patina.
Residential Railing with Mesh Hog Panel: We are replacing our deck railing and screening in our back porch and are thinking of using industrial grade mesh panels for the railing. Find this Pin and more on railings by DeeAnne Fickenscher.
Hog panels are designed to prevent burrowing under the fence with their tight configuration (4-2”, 2-3” and so on) at the bottom of the panel.
Hardscaping 101: Hog Wire Fence. Ellen Jenkins August 13, 2017. What I’ve noticed more and more lately (and admired) are hog wire panels: used for fences, gates, and trellises. A mainstay on ranches for decades, hog wire panels been discovered by homeowners and landscape designers as an affordable, low-profile solution for maintaining a wide ...