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Ranch rail style fencing is a type of fencing that typically consists of evenly spaced horizontal or vertical rails and posts, without any additional decorative elements. It is commonly used for defining property boundaries, especially for ranches, farms, or large residential estates. Ranch rail style fencing is usually made from wood, vinyl, or composite materials and can be either split-rail or post-and-rail. It is a simple, yet elegant design that provides a natural look and offers a minimalistic view of the property. Ranch rail style fencing is both functional and aesthetically pleasing, making it a popular choice for those who want to add a touch of rural charm to their property.
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Ranch Rail Fence Styles
Post And Rail Style
This style features vertical posts with horizontal rails running between them. It provides a clean and simple look and is often used for defining property lines or for creating a barrier between different areas of a property.
Two-Rail Ranch Style
This is the simplest and most traditional style, with two parallel rails running along the top and bottom of the fence. It is commonly used for defining property lines or keeping livestock contained.
Three-Rail Ranch Style
Similar to the two-rail style, but with an additional rail in the middle for added stability and support. This style is often used for larger areas or for creating a more defined boundary.
Wood Ranch Rail Fencing
Wood ranch rail fencing is a popular style of fencing that is often used for large estates and ranches. This type of fencing is characterized by its horizontal rails and wide, evenly spaced posts. The rails are typically made from wood, such as cedar or redwood, and the posts are usually made from pressure-treated lumber or metal. The style is simple, yet elegant, and adds a rustic charm to any property.
Crossbuck Ranch Style
This style features X-shaped beams that cross each other in the middle of the fence. It offers a more decorative and traditional look, often used for estate properties or large equestrian facilities.