For more than forty years, Split Rail Fence and Supply Company has made a name for itself as one of the largest fencing retailers, wholesalers, and contractors across Colorado’s front range. With yards in both Littleton and Dacono, we provide locals with a massive inventory of fencing options and proudly service all clients from residential areas to commercial businesses, HOAs, and developers. Now, we’re excited to announce that we have a dedicated representative to bring the best fencing services to the Colorado Springs area.
Landscaping outdoor spaces is an essential part of making the most of your property. There are several environmental and financial benefits to landscaping, in addition to enhancing the appearance and quality of your property.
Given that it’s our namesake, we at Split Rail Fence & Supply Company have a definite affinity for this classic fence construction. Split rail fencing is a design that was adapted from early American wood zigzagging fences. They rose in popularity as a practical way to efficiently establish property lines around extensive farmland; now, however, this fencing design is as much of a stylistic statement in residential areas as it is an oft-used option for farmers.
Colorado’s front range is an outdoors man’s paradise and a brew-lover’s bliss. With iconic hikes, nationally-renowned breweries, breathtaking mountain views, delicious dining, and of course a famously friendly culture, it’s little wonder that our state is a favorite destination for visitors and a source of pride for natives like ourselves. From Fort Collins to Colorado Springs, check out our favorite things to do along the front range.
At Split Rail Fence & Supply Company, we boast the most extensive collection of vinyl fences in the Denver metro area, and if you take a walk around your block, you’ll likely see why: vinyl has become one of the most popular fencing materials on the market. If you’re wondering whether vinyl is right for you, then read on—here’s what you need to know about vinyl.
Although you may not have consciously known it, you’ve probably noticed that virtually all pools are surrounded by fences. This makes sense for commercial and public pools, which are legally obligated to install fences for safety reasons, but should homeowners be just as quick to adopt fencing as a norm for their residential pools? If so, are there certain kinds of fences that it makes more sense to install than others?