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Fence Rails

Fence rails are generally two-by-fours that are installed between or across posts and are often what the fence boards are affixed to.

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What are Fence Rails?

Fence rails are generally two-by-fours that are installed between or across posts and are often what the fence boards are affixed to.

Fence rails connect to the posts with fasteners and are the fence components to which the pickets or panels are attached. Depending on the fence height and style, there may be two or three backer rails running between each set of posts.

Fence rails are typically made with 2x timber (1-1/2” thick).  Because the fence rails span from post to post, the length depends on how far apart the posts are spaced, most post spacing is 6’ or 8’.

Fence rails can also be used as an effective way to border gardens or veg patches.

Where are Fence Rails Used?

Fence rails can be used for post and rail fencing, cladding the sides of decking, building garden planters, raised beds, building trellis and garden structures to name just a few applications.

Because fence rails are pressure treated, it makes them perfect for for creating fence boundaries around fields, paddocks and agricultural boundaries.

All our timber fence rails are pressure treated to prevent insect attack and fungal decay. These rails are sourced from sustainable forests, responsibly managed for future generations to enjoy.

 

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Pressure Treated Fence Rails

All our fence rails have been pressure treated. This helps to enhance the timbers natural durability by protecting it against damage caused by weathering, insect infestation and fungi.

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Fence Rail Lengths

Rails from stock come in three standard lengths, 2.4m, 3.0m and 3.6m depending upon the type and style of rail required.

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Cheap Fence Rail Prices

Recognised as a major supplier of all types of DIY and Timber products, the Mick George Group offer cheap fence rails prices across its entire range.

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Buy Fence Rails Online

As well as ordering over the phone, customers can also buy fence rails online, 24-7 at their convenience.

The process is extremely simple and will only take a few minutes.

Customers can view exactly what they want, retrieve all the information they need and have the fence rails delivered quickly.

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Fence Rail Suppliers

As with all of our Timber supplies, our fence rails are only sourced from approved Timber Mills throughout the world, ensuring the best possible quality.

Our fence rails meet the highest Grade specifications.

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Fence Rail Delivery Locations

Courtesy of our expansive network quality Timber sources and large fleet of vehicles, we’re able to deliver fence rails quickly and efficiently to domestic, trade and commercial customers throughout Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire, Leicestershire, Bedfordshire and Norfolk, as well as on a nationwide basis.

Fence rails delivery will occur within a 14-day period from ordering.

 

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