Homeowners pay between $4 and $12 per linear foot (not including installation) for a split rail fence with 2 to 4 rails. Expect to pay $400 to $1,200 for 100 feet of fencing materials. To fence in a square acre, it will cost between $3,320 and $9,960 in materials for the approximate 830 feet of fencing needed.
Our split rails have one side trimmed to allow easy fastening of the wire fence, and for a more aesthetic look. We offer the wood split-rail fence in both, 2-rail, and 3-rail versions. The rails are available in 9-foot and 11-foot lengths for your choosing.
Cedar Split Rail Fence is a classic choice for your property. You get the most natural look available, and the naturally occurring resistance of cedar to termites and the elements. We are offering Western Cedar Split Rail in 2 and 3 rail options.
The Kalinich Fence Company is a distributor of 3-rail split rail fence and 2-rail split rail fence in Northeast Ohio. Available in both pine and western red cedar, split rail fence provides an inexpensive solution for boundary demarcation and certain livestock containment including horse corrals.
Our split rail fencing is made of genuine Western Red Cedar and passes quality control before it is ever put on display for sale. Split Rail Fence Posts Split Rail posts are available in either 2-rail (approx. 36" high) or 3-rail (approx. 48" high) designs.
Western Red Cedar Split Rail Fence is a style of fence that is component driven. Most wood fence styles utilize fence panels, but this rustic style is made up of posts and individual rails. This fence is readily available in 2-Rail and 3-Rail styles ( 4-Rail is available in truckload quantities only ).
Accent your yard with this beautiful split rail system. This 126" 2-Rail Split Gate is made from strong and durable cedar.
Split rail fencing is a beautiful alternative to other types of fencing. The charm and style of this fence compares to our other fences, yet a split rail fence is very economical compared to some of the other higher priced options. The lower cost of split rail fence is often the main reason people choose this type.
Install a Split Rail Fence If an informal, open, natural-looking fence is what you're looking for, then a split rail fence is the solution. Split rail fencing is an adaptation of the zigzagging, early American wood fences.
Nothing matches the look of rustic cedar split rail fencing. This fence is easy to install with prenotched posts. The starter post for this fence is sold separately.
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split rail fence is available in locust or pressure treated lumber. heights available are 2 hole 3' high and 3 hole 4' high. also available in 4 hole 5' high upon request. sections are approximately 10' long. spruce rails are available in 8' or 11' long. pressure treated are available only in 11' long.
The 4 in. x 4 in. x 4 ft. 2-Hole Western Red Cedar Split Rail Fence Line Post is currently out of stock and does not have an ETA. The item has not been discontinued. Please check back with the web page for this item for updates.
The split rail fence is a rustic style with two or three rough-hewn horizontal “split-rails” supported at stout vertical posts set into the ground with concrete. It reminds us of the classic animal corral of the old west.
I am looking for some cedar Split Rail Fencing to complete a project. I need the 2 rail with 8 or 10 foot sections. I can use a bunch of it...as in a bunch...from 50 feet to 700 ft or more. I will take any amount though, even a few sections will help.
Split Rail Fence, (2 Rail) Ohio Fence Company’s fences are custom built on site. Split rail fence in a 2 Rail style is a beautiful and low-cost option when you’re choosing a fence. The two rail style is at a height of 42 inches typically.