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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 [...]

What’s The Best Time Of Year To Install Wood Fencing?

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Wood is a very traditional fencing product, and for some, it is the only fence to have on the property. At Fence Supply Online we get a lot of questions about installing wood fencing and the best time of year to do so. The wood fencing needs a lot of attention, especially in the [...]

Rural Fencing – What You Need To Plan For

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Rural fencing is a bit different from its suburban counterpart. You are dealing with larger areas of land, possibly different types of weather and you may need to erect fences over longer distances and manage livestock too. Before you start on any fencing project, you will need to plan for costs and make sure [...]

2018-10-09T08:41:34-05:00October 8th, 2018|Horse Fence, How To Buy Fencing For Your Home, How To Install a Fence, Landscaping, Privacy Fencing, Round Rail Fence, Rural fencing, security fencing|Comments Off on Rural Fencing – What You Need To Plan For

Don’t Use This Timber Outside – Termites Love It

Those timber-loving termites could easily eat you out of house and home. Given the slightest of chances, they will burrow into your deck, fence posts and rails, leaving you with nothing but a stack of holes. There are a number of ways of dealing with termites and constant vigilance is the key to keeping [...]

2018-12-03T22:09:24-05:00July 9th, 2018|Cedar Split Rail, DIY fence installs, Fence Costs, How To Buy Fencing For Your Home, How To Install a Fence, termite control|Comments Off on Don’t Use This Timber Outside – Termites Love It