What do you think of this steel pole fence?
I am meeting the ctr. tomorrow to look at the 2" wide and the 1.5" wide pole samples. I will likely go with the 2" wide poles. But it is NOT cheap. Still, this is the only fence I like for in the back. It is totally visible from the kitchen, living room, dining room, pool etc. so I would like it to look nice. There will be plants against it, but the landscaper thinks the fence will still be visible. It will meet a glass fence (which allows for city views) on one side of the pool and the original 1958 block fence on the other side. THe glass fence is too expensive to put up along the back, plus the birds hit it and it is hard to keep clean. I currently have tape on it which is helping to keep the birds from hitting it.
THere is a drop-off behind the feed of about 10+ ft. Alternatively, I could run a cheap fence in the wash and leave the drop-off open, with plants. But this risks someone falling off the edge. Also tying the fence in with the other fences might look funny as it will have to run up the steep wash.
I am inclined to sign the contract an give a deposit, but I dont want to rush into it.
Fence example (it will rust after a few months):
Wash below fence:
View from inside: