In a nutshell, hog panel fencing is a more custom style fence that's great for pets, children, and will be sure to impress your friends and neighbors at the next backyard BBQ. Click the button to see more pictures.
Hog panel fencing is not actually usually built for hogs. It’s usually to have a more custom looking fence for your backyard. The metal wire utility panels are often referred to as “hog panels”, hence the name of the fence. 4x4 square holes are more common in the utility panels, though you can get 2x4 shaped holes for smaller pets if needed. You can build it with either treated lumber or cedar. Treated yellow pine #2 is more affordable than cedar, but we always recommend cedar for the cap rail along the top of the fence. If you go with all cedar then it’s best to stain all the wood prior to installation so that once you install it, you don’t get stain all over the hog paneling and miss a lot of the interior parts of the wood framework.
Hog panel fencing is not cheap, but if built properly, will last a long time. It’s great for pets, children, and a general way to give your yard a custom and unique look that will be sure to have your friends, family, and neighbors talking at your next backdoor BBQ. Rocket Fence is the preferred fence company in Magnolia, Montgomery, and all north Houston.
Whether it’s a residential fence or commercial fence, it’s always important to use experienced fence contractors near you that can show you example pictures of their work, provide references, and have [proper] insurance. Rocket Fence is a Local fencing company in Houston that can build all types of fences, including hog panel fencing.
Rocket Fence is a Texas fence company accredited by the Better Business Bureau for both residential fencing and commercial fencing installation. We honor a 1 year workmanship warranty and provide free fence estimates. Call us today or request a fencing quote online to get started. We’d love to hear from you! Rocket Fence is a top rated fencing contractor in Conroe and all north Houston.
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