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Whether fencing off an agricultural area for horses or livestock, arenas, defining boundary lines without the feeling of confinement, or for decorative appeal to accent in or around planting beds, rail fencing is an excellent choice. Rail fence has traditionally been used on farms for containment of cattle, horses, and other livestock, but in recent years it has become increasingly more popular around homes and estates to enhance your home’s appearance, giving it a warm country feel as well as adding value to your property.
Post and rail fences typically come in either two, three, or four rail styles. If you like the sheer rustic beauty of wood you may want to choose one of the following choices for your unique style. The flat Kentucky style board is 1 1/8” thick and a full 6” six wide, which gives you the strength needed for large animal enclosures. Also for a more rustic look you can enclose your property with the West Virginia rail, also known as diamond cut or the split rail which varies in shape and size. Using these styles with a combination of wire fabrics attached to the fence you can provide your children and pets with a safe and protected area to be in without sacrificing the open visibility and appearance of your landscape. Wood rail fence is one of the most cost effective styles available for large open areas.
For customers who prefer a more uniform and consistent look, you may want to consider one of our vinyl post and rail products. This sleek maintenance-free fence also comes in two, three, and four rail styles. With this fence you will never have to scrape or paint again for it is an easy-care alternative to other fence materials. A vinyl fence won’t warp, rot, or blister like a wood fence, neither will it rust, chip, peel or corrode like aluminum. It can also be cleaned easily with periodic spraying.
Contact us to get more information in the type, style and price that is right for you. Please fee free to call us at your nearest location, or contact us through the website! We will be happy to give you a free estimate or to discuss your fencing needs.