We offer the most rustic and durable lodge pole fencing in the industry. The sturdy posts are chamfered and drilled to hold the 3″- 4″ rails, creating a perfect fit and finish. Our Lodge Pole Fence comes in two, three or four rails looks great in the front yard, around the ranch house or surrounding your property. To add to our lodge pole fencing we also build gates to further increase the functionality and continuity of your property. We sell three treatments of lodge pole fencing: Cedar Tone, Green Treat, and Butt Treated. These treatments change the color of the wood from a light brown (Cedar Tone), to a greenish brown (Green Treat), to a dark brown (Butt Treated). Below are some examples of Lodge pole fence in each treatment, click on the tab to see the color of the treatment..
Several typical waterborne preservatives used in building applications include: Chromated Copper Arsenate (CCA-C), Alkaline Copper Quat (ACQ-C, ACQ-D, ACQ-D Carbonate), Micronized Copper Quat (MCQ), Copper Azole (CA-B & CA-C, μCA-C) and Sodium Borates (SBX/DOT).
Some different oil-borne preservatives that are used are Chlorpyrifos/IBPC, Copper Naphthenate and Pentachlorphenol. One advantage of these treatments is that they do not create swelling in the wood, but there is generally an added cost over water-borne treatments as well as availability in some regions. Ask for availability of these products.
Regardless of each treatment, you can stain or paint your lodge pole fence. Remember that in order to keep your stain or paint looking good, you need to treat it once a year for the first three years and then every three years after that. For a more low maintenance solution see our composite fencing or vinyl fencing.
Also, you can customize your rail fence by adding wire mesh to keep animals in your fence area. This mesh maintains the open air feel of your lodge pole fence while keeping your farm animals in and other animals out.
For more information about Lodge Pole fencing contact us.
*Note, there are some treatments of lodge pole fencing that are not allowed to be used in California. Ask your sales rep about the various treatments of lodge pole fencing and their availability in your area.