In certain parts of the United States, there are styles of fence that are more popular in that specific region. Most notable of these regional styles are the post-and-rail or split rail styles. In some regions, these styles are made with wood that can also be used in a variety of styles. However, in other regions, there are specific types of wood used only for specialty styles.
Typical specialty fence styles are Split Rail or Sawn Rail fencing in a 3-rail or 4-rail configuration. These fence systems are open-style, allowing vision through the fence while marking borders or perimeters. Wire mesh can be added to these fence styles for animal and pet containment.
While standard Western Red Cedar can be used in virtually any style, it is especially prevalent as split rail.
Across the USA and Canada
Typically used to create West Virginia Split Rail fence systems, in 2, 3, or 4-rail systems. Common railing is 2-rail, 3-rail, or 4-rail systems consisting of rails and posts. Posts are typically installed 10’ 4” on center providing 10’ spans between posts. Rails are tapered at each end and are placed into holes in the Post for vertical alignment.
Typically New England down the coastal areas to Florida.
White or light tan
3’, 4’, 5’, 6’, & 8’
2 ⅞”, 3 ½”, 5 ½”, 7 ½”
Northern White Cedar round post and rail fences, popular in the New England area.
Typically Michigan to New England area
We believe that each fence should be a function of need and design so we would like to help you find the right fence.