|Closeboard fencing is suitable for perimeters where secuity and privacy is required or where a noise or wind barrier is needed. Posts can be visible or hidden when viewed from the front; posts and rails are visible at the back of the fence.
||Traditional picket fencing is constructed using solid oak posts with oak or softwood pointed or curved boards spaced evenly between the posts. The boards can be fixed at various levels to produce undulating effects or for a more open effect.
||Post and rail fencing provides a sturdy barrier particularly used for agricultural fencing. The square posts can be morticed to accept tennoned rails or rails can be nailed to the posts. Rail sections can be cleft (triangular), rectangular or half-rounded.