Post & Rail/Ranch Fence

Whether you call it post & rail fencing, or wood round rail fencing, the fact remains that this type of fence offers quite a few benefits. Post and rail fencing is often used to define property lines and establish boundaries on homesites with larger acreage as it is a more economical choice than solid wood, vinyl or ornamental iron. Plus the visibility post and rail affords will not detract from site lines and expansive views. Post and rail is also a preferred style for owners of horse farms and small ranches. Split rail and estate fencing will work in traditional suburban neighborhoods as well, and are sometimes the preferred choice of neighborhood associations due to the high visibility these fences provide. Pet owners can add mesh or welded wire to prevent small animals from escaping through any open rails. Choose post and rail fence for a rustic look that provides wide visibility and sturdy functionality.