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Bayou City Lumber Has Your Ranch Fencing Supplies
Many ranchers seek out the best lumber yards because they are aware of what it takes to handle not only the business side of their dealings, but also the physical structure necessities. Materials are number one when it comes to making sure their business demands are maintained and pricing isn't a far second. When ranchers are seeking out ranch fencing in Houston they know there is only one place that can match both quality with great prices - Bayou City Lumber.
At Bayou City Lumber we have 100 years of combined experience under our roof, and we are confident that this type of knowledge in the industry can offer smart solutions to your ranch fencing requirements and much more. We pride ourselves on providing custom fits to our client's necessities for:
With over 8.5 acres of inventory, Bayou City Lumber can improve and complete your project for ranch fencing and much more. Our years in the industry have enabled us to develop outstanding relationships with contractors along with construction companies. This is also a great benefit to our customers starting ranch fencing projects, housing developments, or deck projects because if you are building from the ground up, we know the ins-and-outs that enables you to acquire the supplies and contractors for a successful outcome.
Bayou City Lumber supplies ranch fencing in rough cut 1"x6" for corral boards and fences. Our boards are rough cut and come in full measurement. The ranch fencing boards are treated with MCA to protect them from fungal decay, termites and weathering.
The advantages to our ranch fencing are that they are long lasting, come with ease of handling, less exposed heartwood, they are usually less expensive than comparable timbers, and they are readily available in a variety of sizes. We provide fence posts for ranch fencing. Our stock includes but is not limited to the following sizes:
2" diameter top 6 1/2' long
3" diameter top 6 1/2 ' long
4" diameter top 6 1/2', 8', 10', 12', 14'
5" diameter top 6 1/2, 8' - 20' & 25' long
6" diameter top 8' - 20', 25', & 30' long
7" diameter top 8' - 20' long
8" diameter top 8' - 20', 25' long
Between all the lumber yards in Houston, many construction companies and contractors trust our quality materials and low prices for their ranch fencing needs. Let Bayou City Lumber help make your project a success. Call us today at 1-800-510-8315 or email us.
Rely on Bayou City Lumber for High Quality Ranch Fencing at Competitive Prices
Ranches do age- but in order to keep the structures in your ranch in tip-top shape, it certainly helps to use high quality lumber. So if you're in need of new fences in your ranch, then your best solution is to turn to Bayou City Lumber for high quality ranch fencing that you'll be able to rely on for a great many years to come!
What Kind of Stress Can I Expect for My Ranch Fencing?
The biggest stress is commonly the animals contained within the fence. It would seem that most cattle and horses truly believe that the grass is greener on the other side of the fence. Animals leaning on the fence to grab that best mouthful of grass put a tremendous strain on ranch fencing. This can lead to stretched wires that sag or even broken wires in extreme cases. Fence posts can be bent or broken as well.
If you are looking for the most economical choice, pine fence posts are among the least expensive options available for Ranch Fencing. Pine doesn't last as long as other options but is a good choice for temporary fencing because it is cheap. While pressure treated pine will last longer than untreated posts, even treated pine trends to decay within a short time when compared to cedar or oak fencing. Pine and other whitewoods, like fir or spruce, that are chemically treated shouldn't be used around food sources because the chemicals used to make the wood more durable can leech into the ground and contaminate gardens. If possible, opt for untreated pine posts to reduce animal and crop exposure to the chemicals.