If you’ve been considering a fence, you’ve probably thought about the aesthetic impact it will have on your property. You may not like the idea of a wooden privacy fence, or unsightly chain link options. Perhaps you’re on the search for something more dignified and classic than a traditional picket fence.
At Big Easy Iron Works we offer plantation fence designs and installations to help set your landscape apart from dull and boring fencing options, making your landscape the envy of all your neighbors.
Plantation fences are tall, iron-wrought structures with lean, elegant fence poles – providing boundary clarification and personal security with a classic touch.
Call our New Orleans plantation fence service if you’re ready to create a safe haven without sacrificing the beauty of your home or interested in a free fencing estimate.
With the various types of fences on the market, you may wonder what makes our plantation-style fences so unique.
From traditional and elegant styling to steadfast ironwork and custom design options galore, our plantation-style fencing is immaculate in every way.
At Big Easy Iron Works, our reliable and dedicated New Orleans plantation fence welders and installers will work to secure and upgrade your home and landscape with a custom fence made to spec.
If you’re looking for a trusted New Orleans fence contractor, call us today, we promise you won’t be disappointed, and we’d be happy to review the designs and options available for the installation of your new plantation fence.
When you’re looking for fencing companies in New Orleans, Big Easy Iron Works stands out above the competition with a proven track record spanning over 30 years of satisfied customers and projects completed on time and on budget.
We provide top-quality service to clients across the NOLA area, helping improve homes and yards with fencing and other structures to increase beauty and peace of mind.
As high-quality fencing contractors in Louisiana, we believe the core values of our company are important to provide the best service to our customers.
Some of our values include:
If you’re interested in upgrading other parts of your home, we offer additional services such as:
Directions from Mercedes-Benz Superdome — Head southeast on Dave Dixon Dr toward Lasalle St. Take Simon Bolivar Ave, Lasalle St and Louisiana Ave to Magazine St. Turn right onto Magazine St.
Directions from The Presbytère — Head southeast on St Ann St toward Chartres St. St Ann St turns left and becomes Chartres St and then turn right onto Madison St. Turn right onto Decatur St and then continue onto Magazine St.
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Big Easy Iron Works
3436 Magazine St., Suite #120-B
New Orleans, LA 70115
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“Great job on the iron gates! I can’t believe they finished installing the iron gate and repairing our fence. A lot of my neighbors recommended Big Easy Iron Works and I can see why they trust them so much. Very professional workers came and the owner checked up from time to time. Great experience.”– Vanessa Johnson
“You have my respect for Big Easy Iron Works! Thank you for staying true to your word about quality service. They helped install our new iron fence and it exceeded my expectations to be honest. They explained everything they would be doing every day of the job. I really recommend them for those living in New Orleans. Hire them for your fencing needs.”– Billy Anderson
“I contacted Big Easy Iron Works because most of my neighbors recommended them to me. I am satisfied with the time that they took to finish the work repairs with my wood fence. The fences they placed turned out nice and they looked like they would last longer. I would also recommend them to my friends in New Orleans.”– Shirley Oaks