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Classic Round Rail Fencing

2017-11-02T05:20:31+00:00 February 3rd, 2017|Wood Fence|Comments Off on Classic Round Rail Fencing

For a distinct and classic look that’s tough to beat, it’s hard to compete with round-rail wood fencing. And for service and quality, consider getting yours from Fence Supply Online. Round-rail fences are made using only carefully treated southern yellow pine. And that’s because it’s the best wood available for standing up to the test of time, and for remaining beautiful for decades.

And while there are a lot of other options out there for fencing, including metal and vinyl, there’s just something about a traditional round-rail wood fence that can’t be denied. It looks great no matter where it’s at, whether you’re using it to 2-rail-round-rail-300x223.pngenclose a yard, as a perimeter at your ranch or lining a piece of property. It’s incredibly versatile and easy to install.

Round rail fencing is also pretty friendly on the wallet, being cost effective when it comes to installation as well as maintenance. Repairs are often simple enough to handle, and Fence Supply Online offers a great selection of specialty fencing tools to assist you with any job you may need to tackle.

As far as integrity goes, you can expect your round rail fence to last years, if not decades. Utilizing a specialized process, Fence Supply Online treats materials with a life-extending chemical process that ensures you get more than your money’s worth when you purchase materials to construct a classic round rail fence.

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Another great benefit to round rail fencing is how easily customizable it is. You can add on any number of features to meet your specific needs, including customized gates and entryways, additional fence hardware and more. And if you’re in need of lighting, Fence Supply Online offers a great selection of lighted caps and post lights to provide illumination anywhere you need it along your fence line.

 

 

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