Are Split Rail, Post and Rail, and Ranch Style Fencing The Same?
Yes! All of these names refer to the classic two, three, or four rail fence that can be found on millions of homes, businesses, and farms.
Vinyl Fencing: Stronger Than Wood With Additional Benefits
A traditional split rail fence is made from wood but at Plastic Lumber Yard, we believe vinyl is a better fencing solution. Why?
- Vinyl doesn’t rot.
- Vinyl is lightweight, making it very easy to install.
- Vinyl is low maintenance.
- You won’t have to deal with insect damage if you install vinyl.
- Vinyl never needs to be painted or stained.
This 3-rail ranch-style fence is aluminum reinforced making it stronger than wood.
Fence Installation Guides Included
Each vinyl fence kit sold in our online store includes an in-depth installation guide. This easy-to-follow process makes these vinyl fencing kits the perfect solution for those looking for a DIY fence. With an extra set of hands, the right tools, and some concrete, you’ll quickly have the fence of your dreams!
What Tools Are Needed To Install A Split Rail Fence?
When installing one of our fencing kits, our team recommends that you have, at a minimum:
- String Line
- Tape Measure
- Vice Grip Wrench
- Rubber Mallet
- Circular Saw
- Fine Tooth Blade
- Power Drill with 1/8” bit
- Safety Glasses
Always remember – safety first!