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The Timeless Appeal of Cedar Split Rail Fencing


Split Rail Fence


If you’re looking for a classic and rustic fencing option for your property, look no further than cedar split rail fencing. This type of fencing has been used for centuries, and it continues to be a popular option for homeowners and business owners alike.


Cedar split rail fencing is a type of fencing made from cedar logs that are split lengthwise into rails. The rails are then used to create a fence that is simple and rustic in appearance. This type of fencing is typically used in rural and agricultural areas, but it can also be a great option for residential and commercial properties that want to add a touch of rustic charm to their landscape.


There are many benefits to choosing cedar split rail fencing for your property. One of the biggest advantages is its durability. Cedar is a naturally rot-resistant wood, which means it can last for many years without needing to be replaced. Cedar also has a natural resistance to pests, such as termites and carpenter ants, making it a great choice for areas with high pest populations.


Another benefit of cedar split rail fencing is its aesthetic appeal. This type of fencing has a timeless, rustic look that can add character and charm to any property. Cedar’s natural color and grain patterns also make it a visually appealing option that can complement any landscape design.


Cedar split rail fencing is a versatile fencing option that can be used in a variety of settings. It’s a popular choice for rural and agricultural areas, but it can also be used in residential and commercial properties. Cedar split rail fencing can be used to mark property boundaries, enclose livestock areas, and create decorative accents in gardens and landscaping.


Cedar split rail fencing is also a low-maintenance option. It doesn’t require painting or staining, and it can withstand the elements without needing a lot of upkeep. Over time, the natural weathering of the wood can add to the fence’s rustic charm.


At Fence & Deck Supply, we offer high-quality cedar split rail fencing that is built to last. Our fencing experts can help you choose the right fencing for your property and provide guidance on installation and maintenance. Contact us today to learn more about cedar split rail fencing and how it can add rustic charm to your property.


Tie Fork Installation

A project of that CFC installed recently was featured on Design Cost Data recently. We enjoyed installing the split rail fence around the Tie Fork Rest Area in Tucker, Utah. It is a beautiful facility and the split rail fencing is the perfect addition.

“During the early 1900’s the Town of Tucker, Utah had a population of about 200 people. Tucker started as a simple railroad junction, between the main line of the Denver and Rio Grande Western railroad and the spur of the Utah and Pleasant Valley Railway and ran to the mines of the area. In 1913 the railroad was re-aligned and completely rerouted. With the railroad rerouted, the town was abandoned. In the years hence the state of Utah used the abandoned town site for a rest area. Tucker Rest area (Milepost 204) was built in 1969 and served travelers for 40 years.

In 2009, the Tucker rest area was removed for a highway safety project. To honor the town, the state of Utah built a replacement facility about 2 miles downstream from Tucker and the new facility was named the Tie Fork Rest Area. The UDOT concept team felt it was important to build the restroom and visitor center to resemble a train depot of the early 1900’s. A train depot would pay tribute to the town of Tucker and also to the railroad heritage of the area. The design and project were impressive and voted one of the most beautiful buildings in Utah in a contest sponsored by the American Institute of Architects in 2010.”

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