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Residential Fencing - Split Rail/3 or 4 Board Fence by Lannis Fence

Whether providing a rustic back-drop to a freshly landscaped yard, or providing safety for your children or family pet, split rail and 3 or 4 board fencing are popular options. Split rail fencing is constructed from pressure treated posts and rails. The natural elegance of this construction lends a sophisticated ease to any property. 【Get Price】

How to Build a Simple Split-Rail Fence - Popular Mechanics

Apr 25, 2013 How to Build a Simple Split-Rail Fence. You don't Drive stakes into the ground a few feet past each corner or end post, and connect them with mason's string tied 12 inches above grade. When you set the posts in the ground, you'll use this reference point to help establish the correct height of the rails. 【Get Price】

5 Star Round Rail - American Timber And Steel

Our 5 Star Round Rail Fence is made of Treated Southern Yellow Pine. Southern Yellow Pine is the best wood for retaining the life extending chemicals from the treating process. As a result, this very eye pleasing fence will provide decades of beauty to your property. More importantly, the aesthetic value of a treated wood 【Get Price】

Compare Split Rail Fence Installation Costs - Installation Cost Guides

Split rail fence, which is also commonly referred to as post and rail fence, is one of the most common and affordable types of fencing installed by homeowners. Not only does it look great for many years, they provide a great way to keep your pets fenced in and prevent unwanted visitors out of your yard. Installation of split rail 【Get Price】

3 Things You Need to Know before Investing in Wood Split Rail Fence

Jan 31, 2018 When it comes to installing wood split rail fencing, you'll find that the process is a little different from installing a fence that uses metal T posts and woven wire fencing. For instance, you'll need a posthole digger to ensure that your posts are firmly in the ground. If you anticipate needing non-standard rail 【Get Price】

Cedar Split Rail Fencing vs. Pressure Treated Lumber

Jan 15, 2018 Cedar Split Rail. Cedar can last at least 15 years, and often as long as 30 years. Compared to that, treated pine will last between 9 and 25 years, depending on the chemical treatment used. Note that if the cedar fence use treated pine for the posts, with cedar rails, the life will be shorter. Cedar does require 【Get Price】

2018 Split Rail Fence Cost Average Post & Rail - ImproveNet

Aug 28, 2014 Find out what the national average is for the cost of a split rail fence installation. See prices, materials, and more at ImproveNet.com. 【Get Price】

Western Red Cedar split rail "American" Style Post and Rail

How to install a Western Red cedar split rail fence American Style instruction page with sketch 2 rail and 3 rail. 【Get Price】

GC/AAA Fences-Post & Rail

GC/AAA Fences offers a variety of Post & Rail styles. Dowel, paddle and diamond rail are made with Northern White Cedar. West Virginia Split Rail consists of pressure treated poplar posts and rails, Western Red Cedar is a rustic square stock post and rail system. Custom post and rail includes granite posts and a variety of 【Get Price】

Split Rail Fence Materials That Last Frederick Fence

Split Rail Fence Materials That Last. August 14, 2014 ~ Posted By Kathy Crum Your typical split rail fence is comprised of long pieces of wood, usually split lengthwise to form two to four or more rails inserted into holes within the fence posts and are often held in place by their own weight. Rails are usually 8 or 11 feet long 【Get Price】