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Why choose an Aaron Post & Rail fence?

Aaron Post & Rail is a cost effective, sturdy fencing solution which makes it ideal for large boundaries.  Standard Post & Rail is commonly used for fencing paddocks, fields and other equestrian and livestock areas.  Post & Rail can easily be used in conjunction with Stock fence for additional security.  Post & Rail is increasingly popular in rural properties with aesthetics which fit nicely in rural surroundings.

Post & Rail Components

There are a number of components that make up a standard Post & Rail fence with a number of styles and heights to choose from

  Standard Post & Rail  
A Posts (pointed or plain)  Standard Post & Rail Drawing
B Rails
C 100mm Galvanised Nails
  Standard Post & Rail Rounded
A  Wooden Stakes (pointed) Rounded Post & Rail Drawing
B  Rails, half rounded
C  100mm Galvinised Nails
D  Stock Fence (800 0r 1200mm) high
E  40mm Galvanised Staples
  Morticed Post & Rail Ranch Style  

A


B

Posts (pointed)


Rails

 Morticed Drawing

 

 

 

Birdsmouth or Knee Rail

 

A  Birdsmouth posts  Birdsmouth drawing
B  Rails
C  100mm Galvanised Nails
D  Strap


Description

Post & Rail fencing is most commonly seen as a post and three rail arrangement.  However, often the number of rails may be increased or decreased dependant on whether it is keeping something in or out, or is simply marking a boundary.
To install Post & Rail you must set a post every 1.8 metres.  To calculate the number of posts required, divide the total length in metres of the boundary by 1.8 (post centres) and add 1 post at the end.  To calculate the number of rails required, divide the total meterage required by 3.6 (rail length) and multiply the number by 3 (for three rail fencing).

100m of fencing (post & three rail)
Posts 100/1.8+1=56
Rails 100/3.6*3=84

Field Gates

To complement your fencing, we can supply and install a range of field gates in metal or wood.  Pedestrian and vehicle access gates are both available.

Finish & Fittings

Rails should be staggered over the posts so that all the joints are not in the same place, this makes for a stronger fence. 
Posts are normally dug into the ground 600mm and then back filled with soil.  In the Summer it may be necessary to concrete in the posts as backfilling effectively can be impossible in dried out soil.
All our Post & Rail fencing is made from pressure treated softwood.  All nails, staples, straps and stock fencing have a galvanised finish.