"Don't Buy Split Rail Fencing" That is, do not buy it until you know these important facts.
Rails are normally 11 feet long for a 10 foot space.
They should be made of a softwood, either spruce or hemlock. Mixed hardwood rails, usually lesser in cost, we feel are not a good choice. They tend to rot, mildew and discolor. We have a "very husky" beautiful softwood rail, very hard to find, you must see it.
Post should be locust with a galvanized stapled top. We do not recommend treated post, in our opinion they are not as good and do not have a traditional look to them.
For a two rail fence your post should be.... 6ft long.
For a three rail fence your post should be. 7ft long.
Academy's Rustic Split Post & Rail fence comes with 11ft Hemlock rails (considered the best), making spaces between posts 10 feet on center. Post are made from high quality locust wood, and all posts are galvanized staple reinforced at the top. This combination results in a nice looking, long lasting fence. Post & Rail has been traditionally used for horse corrals, and other livestock enclosures. Nowadays it is used for yard and garden fences. Additionally color PVC coated welded wire is easily attached to render Post & Rail into an attractive dog enclosure, yard guard or pool code fence. Choose one of the styles below for additional information and pricing. Additionally you can send in your choice of style and layout measurements on our quick quote form.
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