Due to its construction, post and rail fencing does not block out one’s view of the landscape for which it forms a boundary. As a result, its simplistic design is traditional and visually pleasing.
Unlike some other types of fencing, post and rail fencing can fair better in open, windy environments. Much of the wind that would otherwise be trapped by designs such as closeboard panel fencing is allowed to blow through unhindered, thereby preserving the integrity of the fence despite stormy weather.
IDEAL FOR DIFFERENT TERRAINS
Post and rail fencing is suitable for flat or sloping terrains, or land that curves. The posts can be positioned to suit the various levels and the rails adapted accordingly, either horizontally, diagonally or parallel to the ground. At Surrey Fencing in Bracknell, we also supply, build, and install gates, plus a range of other domestic and commercial fencing styles.