post-and-rail fence


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post-and-rail fence

n
(Building) a fence constructed of upright wooden posts with horizontal timber slotted through it
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It developed a round post-and-rail fence for horses in 1982, followed by decks in 89 and residential fences in '94.
The post-and-rail fence will replace an old barbed-wire fence, making it safer for wildlife.
Compared to vinyl post-and-rail fence, which has successfully penetrated and displaced as much as 50% of wood in many regional markets, vinyl only has about a 16% share of the North American privacy fence market.
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