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What Makes Wood the Better Choice for Ranch Fencing

cedar rail ends

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

Choosing the Right Fencing Material for Your Needs

Decorative Iron Drive gate

Choosing the right fencing material for your needs should be a simple task. The trick in getting your choice right is to know what you want the fence to do. Do you want the fence just to look fabulous? Maybe you want a fence to add security to the home? Is access to the [...]

2020-06-16T15:14:51-05:00June 17th, 2020|Boundary fencing, buying fencing, fence building, fence design, Fence finishes, fence types to install, fencing material|Comments Off on Choosing the Right Fencing Material for Your Needs

Prepping Your Wooden Fence For Spring

When you restore the appearance of your fence, you will also protect it for the year. Now that spring has sprung, we all have chores to do on the property. Protecting a wooden fence is always one of the vital chores, and prepping it for spring is one of the bigger ones. If the [...]

Types of Split Rail Fencing

Split Rail Fence

Split rail is a beautiful style of fencing to have on your boundary. Take a drive around any American rural neighborhood, and you will see a split rail fence bordering the fields and homes. The style of fence dates from the earliest days of settlers, and the tradition worked its way down the generations. [...]

How To Install A Wooden Fence Gate

staining wooden fencing

Installing a wooden fence gate is not a difficult job. The chances are that you will only need to install one or two wooden fence gates in a lifetime, but you should do a good job, regardless. Many DIYers have their own methods for doing a wooden fence gate install. Whatever works for you [...]

Caring For Cedar Split Rail Fences

Cedar split rail fence

The cedar split rail fence is a classic, traditional American style of fencing. Cedar split rail fences are popular along property borders and when enclosing pastures. It is a very safe option for keeping horses and livestock. We have many urban clients who love using the beautiful fence around the back yard. With the [...]

Simple Wooden Fence Maintenance To Handle Before Summer

Wooden fence maintenance before the summer is vital. Remember that the wooden fence goes through all the worst of the winter weather. Exposure to wind, rain, snow, sleet, hail, and ice; the fence sees it all before the first sun of summer. The pressure it goes through will strain any maintenance from the fall. [...]

How to add 20 years of life to your fence post using PostSaver

PostSaver

Your fence posts are a vital part of the fencing structure. They keep the rails in place, make sure the fence runs straight, and keep it stable during a storm. People often scrimp on the posts but find out their mistake when the fence only lasts a few years. At Fence Supply Online we [...]

How To Stop Termites Chowing Down On Your Timber Fence

There is nothing termites like more than a good chow down on your timber fence. They will come from miles around to get stuck into all that delicious wood. Any wooden fence owner can tell you a termite story, about how they came for dinner in the back yard. Termites are a big problem [...]

The Wrong Applications For A Barbed Wire Fence

barbed wire gets pulled and climbed by vines causing it to fail

A barbed wire fence can cause many problems. The obvious one is how an animal or child can get caught in the sharp barbs. Often there is not any need for one in the first place, and indeed it can be dangerous in the wrong location. In many states and districts, there are local [...]