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Post And Rail

Post and rail is one of the simplest forms of fencing on the market. It retains its popularity because it’s good value, very effective and extremely easy to use. If you want a traditional rural look in your garden, or you’ve got a large agricultural fencing project, post and rail fencing could be the way to go.

Vertical posts are joined with horizontal rails in this super-simple system. There are choices to be made though. Rails and posts can be square-cut or rounded, and rails can be nailed or slotted into place. Post and rail fencing can also work as a base frame for wiring for livestock – or lively kids – fencing. Wires can stand in for the rails, and top rails can add extra sophistication to the system.

We use sustainable, British-grown chestnut for most of our post and rail fencing, supplied from coppiced woodland in the south-east of England, so you know that your fencing system is a low-impact environmental choice.

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Post And Rail

Post and rail is one of the simplest forms of fencing on the market. It retains its popularity because it’s good value, very effective and extremely easy to use. If you want a traditional rural look in your garden, or you’ve got a large agricultural fencing project, post and rail fencing could be the way to go.

Vertical posts are joined with horizontal rails in this super-simple system. There are choices to be made though. Rails and posts can be square-cut or rounded, and rails can be nailed or slotted into place. Post and rail fencing can also work as a base frame for wiring for livestock – or lively kids – fencing. Wires can stand in for the rails, and top rails can add extra sophistication to the system.

We use sustainable, British-grown chestnut for most of our post and rail fencing, supplied from coppiced woodland in the south-east of England, so you know that your fencing system is a low-impact environmental choice.