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The Benefits of 2 Rail Wood Round Rail Fencing

2017-11-27T09:28:23+00:00 November 27th, 2017|Round Rail Fence|Comments Off on The Benefits of 2 Rail Wood Round Rail Fencing

Looking for a durable fencing solution that will not only stand the test of time but look great while doing so? If that sounds familiar, then two rail wood round rail fencing might be exactly what you need.

2 rail with optional domed post

Round rail fencing has been used for hundreds of years to demarcate property lines, to fence in areas of your yard, and for decorative needs. It is also an excellent fencing option for those who need to be able to trim the grass directly under the fence without destroying trimmer string through impact with the fence. Two rail wood round rail fencing provides a strong solution for boundaries. However, if your animals are on the larger side, you might want to opt for three rail fencing instead.

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What is Round Rail Fence Made From?

Two rail wood round rail fencing is made from pressure treated wood. That means that it will last for decades without you having to worry about rot or degradation. It is made from Southern Yellow Pine, which holds onto treatment chemicals better than other types of wood, as well. That also means that you don’t have to worry about staining or painting your fence every year to keep it in good shape. Of course, the cost of treated wood round rail fencing is lower than what you would pay for metal fencing, and it’s also much more eye-catching. While it is more expensive than vinyl fencing, the aesthetics are better, and wood is also very durable.

What kinds of treatments are available for the wood?

The most important part of the equation is to ensure that you’re working with the right company – a quality supplier will stand behind their fencing products with a guarantee of quality and longevity, and will be there for you in the event you encounter any problems.

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