Variety of Fence Materials to Choose From
So, you’ve decided to install a fence on your property, but you don’t know which type of material to use. There are many different types of materials from which fences can be made and there are different factors that determine what type of fence would best suit your needs. Elements such as weather conditions, the primary purpose of the fence, and the types and size of the animals you need to contain or keep off your property, are important to determine before purchasing a fence.
Polytape is ideal for horse fencing, temporary or permanent fencing, and rotational grazing. It is highly visible, lightweight, will not rust, and is convenient to install and repair. Reinforced polytape will better withstand wear and tear from animals and harsh weather conditions.
Polywire is more visible alternative to steel or aluminum wire, is lightweight, and will not rust. It is easily tightened, spliced, repaired, and rewound. It is ideal for temporary or rotational grazing livestock fencing, and controlled grazing.
Polyrope is a great high visibility option for fencing. With more wire strands woven through the rope, it has great conductivity as well as strength. It is ideal for many fencing applications including rotational and controlled grazing.
High tensile wire is affordable, low maintenance, safely contains most livestock, and is effective at keeping out predators. It is ideal for permanent fencing.
Finally, aluminum wire is long lasting, will not rust, and is very effective at carrying a charge. It is ideal for temporary, permanent, or perimeter fencing.
If you have questions or need assistance in selecting a fence and fence material, don’t hesitate to contact us at 770-358-1813
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