A Progressive Mission Style Estate in San Juan
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MetalMetal arbours can be deceptively fragile-looking due to their thin profiles, but in reality they’re very tough. You can use almost any metal to form an arbour: aluminium, stainless steel, wrought iron, weathering steel such as Corten, even pipes or rebar. Metal, except for the last two options, is usually more expensive than wood, but it’s extremely durable – a quality metal arbour lasts 20 years or more. Metal is good for harsh climates and is easy to care for. Metal arbours can be fabricated to almost any size and shape. The metal won’t fade and generally can be cleaned periodically with water to preserve its looks.