Lincolnshire And Nail Post And Rail

Lincolnshire Fencing

Used mainly for agricultural purposes as stock and boundary fencing. Using oak or larch posts and rails, Lincolnshire Fencing is solid and robust to withstand the elements and general stock control.

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Calculate: Posts; measure the length of the fencing required in feet, divide by 7.5 and add 1. Rails; the number of posts minus 1, then multiply by either 2, 3 or 4 depending on how many horizontal rails you require. Studs; the number of posts minus 1.

Example; 100 ft fence. 100 / 7.5 + 1 = 15 Posts. 14 x 3 = 42 Rails (for a 3 rail fence) 14 Studs.

TOP TIP! Standard or Arris Rail? It's up to you! A Standard Rail overlaps the next rail at an angle, an Arris Rail is tapered to interlock horizontally with the next rail.

Nailed Post & Rail Fencing

Popular for equine uses, such as menage fencing and for boundary and stock control, Nailed Post & Rail fencing is strong and weather proof using treated sofwood post and rails. We can also supply the nails.

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TOP TIP! It's easier than Lincolnshire Fencing to replace sections of Nailed Post & Rail. Nails can be removed quite easily and new pieces added with no fuss.

Calculate: Posts; measure the length of the fencing required in meters, divide by 1.8 and add 1. Rails; the length of the fence divided by 3.6, then multiply by 2, 3 or 4 (depending on how many horizontal rails you require)

Example; 900 m fence. 900 / 1.8 + 1 = 501 Posts. 900 / 3.6 x 3 = 750 Rails (for a 3 rail fence)

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