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Wood Round-Rail Fence

Pressure Treated Versus Cedar for Your Split Rail Fence

3 rail cedar split rail fence

Is pressure treated better than cedar on a split rail fence? We get asked the question a lot, and it is probably one of those subjects we could debate for years. The one subject, however, which is not up for debate is the split rail fence. Everyone can agree that it is an elegant [...]

2020-08-11T08:25:09-05:00August 14th, 2020|Cedar Split Rail, pine split rail, split rail fencing, Wood Fence, Wood Round-Rail Fence, Wood Split-Rail Fence|Comments Off on Pressure Treated Versus Cedar for Your Split Rail Fence

Getting the Most Life Out of Your Wood Fence

Getting the most life out of your wood fence takes planning and a little time.  Wood needs caring for but not as much as you may think. The rewards are obvious, though, when you see that strong and beautiful fence every day for many years. At Fence Supply Online we get a lot of [...]

2020-08-11T08:24:19-05:00August 12th, 2020|Wood Fence, Wood Fence Care Tips, Wood fence installs, wood fence maintenance, Wood Round-Rail Fence, Wood Split-Rail Fence, wooden fence maintenance|Comments Off on Getting the Most Life Out of Your Wood Fence

What Makes Wood the Better Choice for Ranch Fencing

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Wood ranch fencing is still the most popular choice with our rancher clients. They have options these days, with top-quality vinyl giving wood a run for its money. What wood has behind it is the tradition of being the typical fence on any ranch. At Fence Supply Online we know how important wood ranch [...]

2020-06-29T08:26:40-05:00June 29th, 2020|Wood Fence, wood fence maintenance, wood ranch fencing, Wood Round-Rail Fence, Wood Split-Rail Fence, wooden fence upgrade|Comments Off on What Makes Wood the Better Choice for Ranch Fencing

The Best Stains For Making New Look Old

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“I don’t like the look of the new timber fence,” said one of our customers recently. “Why’s that?” asked the expert dealing with Pete. “The fence just looks too new, and I prefer when it ages a bit,” was Pete’s answer. Making the new fence look old is something Fence Supply Online clients ask [...]

What To Consider Before Staining Wooden Fencing

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“Is staining wooden fencing a good idea?” asked one of our newer clients recently. When looking for a new fence for his ranch, he gave Fence Supply Online a call and after choosing the right fence, he had a few more questions. As with all new customers we stress the care and maintenance of [...]

Make Your Wooden Fence Stronger With Round Rail Fence Brackets

We get a lot of callers asking about making their wooden round rail fence stronger. Questions such as what about the maintenance? What will keep the round rail in place, and how about the repairs? At Fence Supply Online we put a lot of thought into the problems we hear about from clients. It [...]

Five Timeless American Style Fences

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We love our timeless American style fences at Fence Supply Online. It seems too that it is the same with our customers. Both the newbies and our favorite long-term clients all ask for something ‘that bit American’ when looking for a fence style. The subject came up recently over our morning coffee in the [...]

5 Tips For Giving Your Old Timber Fence A Make Over

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Pickle @ Morguefile Doing a timber fence makeover will keep it looking good and strong. No doubt the sun, rain, snow, ice, wind and the kids will have given it a battering, through its years of service. Even the best of wood needs caring for, and a bit of love and affection [...]

How To Build A Split Rail Fence

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A split rail is a very traditional fence on American properties. It involves skills which early settlers used when fencing their land, and it is an easy fence to build. When you know how-to, of course. At Fence Supply Online we often get asked about building split-rail fences as they are a favorite product [...]

Why Many Stains And Sealers Don’t Stand The Test Of Time

Staining and sealing your fence should be a regular part of your maintenance schedule. The wood needs protecting from rain, wind, ice, damp and the light of the sun. Termites and other insects can make their home in your fence too, eating it from the inside out. The problem a lot of our clients’ [...]

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