Fences in the Winter?

What does a fencing company do in the winter?

A.    Goes to Florida.
B.     Installs fences.
C.     Stocks up for the spring.
D.    Hopes it warms up so we can get back to work.

We can’t speak for all fencing companies, but here at Landis Fence Co the correct answer is B, C and D!

Yes we do install fences in the winter.  If the ground is bare but frozen, we can get around with less danger of disturbing your lawn.  With our equipment we can break through the frozen ground. If there is snow on the ground, we clear the space for your new fence, break through the frozen ground, and begin installing it.

Something for you to think about:  most people aren’t thinking about having a fence installed in the winter,  so our schedule is more open.  If you are thinking about a fence installation, we can probably get to your project sooner now than in the middle of spring.

Yes, we do stock up for the spring.

We sell so much split rail fence that we haul it in by the trailer load.  In the beginning of each calendar year we haul in our split rail fence supplies so that you, your neighbor and other fence companies can pick up what you need right away.  During the winter months we are also making gates so we have a stockpile in the spring.

Yes, we do hope the cold weather doesn’t last very long.

We realize we do not control the weather (fortunately!)  so we wait for spring.  But in the mean time, we’d like you to know we welcome your calls and visits in the winter.  Maybe you aren’t ready for us to install your fence in the winter, but we can get you in sooner  if you contact us now–even if there is snow on the ground!

Bucks County Fence Supplies

Homeowners
You move into your new house, (well, its not a brand new house but new to you) and you look at the fence a little more closely and you see a couple places that need repair.  What do you do?

Come to Landis Fence Co for BUCKS COUNTY FENCE SUPPLIES.

Or you’ve been living here now for 3 years and you have a baby.  Where will your little boy or girl play?  You decide you want to put up a fence in the back yard.  Where can you go to get your Bucks County Fence Supplies?

Come to Landis Fence Co for BUCKS COUNTY FENCE SUPPLIES.

Driving past Landis Fence Co on Rt 313 in Dublin, it doesn’t look like they have very many supplies, but drive through the gate and let us show you around.  (and look at our gallery pictures under Other and you’ll see a little more.)  We stock Bucks County Fence Supplies for most kinds of fence.  We welcome the home owner who needs Bucks County Fence Supplies to repair a fence or Bucks County Fence Supplies to build a completely new fence.  We are happy to sell (1) bag of cement or (1) fence post OR 300′ of fencing with gates.

Contractors
Maybe you are a landscape contractor, or a home remodeler, and one of your clients asks you to repair a gate or a small section of fence where a tree limb fell.  We would be glad to furnish you with the Bucks County Fence Supplies you need.  Maybe you usually do home remodeling and your client asks if you would put up a short section of fence for them.  Usually you’d call us and ask us to install it, but things are slow now and you can figure it out.

At Landis Fence Co we can help you figure out what BUCKS COUNTY FENCE SUPPLIES you need.

Maybe you are a fencing contractor and you need Fence Supplies for 300′ of fencing, please stop by and let us fix you up with the Fence Supplies you need.

Bucks County Fence Supplies in stock
Let me take you around the premises and tell you what kind of Bucks County Fence Supplies we have.  In summary, we can supply you with any component of the kind of fences we sell and install.  But you don’t know what all that is, so let me list them for you.  If you don’t see the Bucks County Fence Supplies you need, give us a call.
SPLIT RAIL
2,3,4 rail locust posts
11′ hemlock rails
3 rail treated posts and rails
3′, 4′, 5′, 6′  rail  gates
12′, 13′, 14′ hemlock rails

CEDAR ROUND RAIL
3 rail round posts
10′ & 11′ cedar round rails
TREATED SLIP BOARD
3 & 4 hole posts
1″ x 6″ x 10′ or 16′ rough cut treated boards
1″ x 6″ x 12′ or 16′ rough cut oak boards

POSTS
4″x4″ treated: 6′, 7′ ,8′, 10′, 12′ flat top or Gothic        top
Treated round posts:
4″ – 5″ x 6’6″, x 8′, x 10′, x 12′
5″ – 6″ x 6’6″, x 8′, x 10′, x 12′

WIRE FENCING
Green vinyl coated welded wire:
2″ x 4″ openings, 36″, 48″, 60″ high
1-1/2″ x 4″ openings 48″ high
Black vinyl coated welded wire:
2″ x 4″ openings 48″ high
1-1/2″ x 4″ openings 48″ high
Galvanized welded wire:
2″ x 4″ openings 36″, 48″, 60″, 72″ high
1″ x 2″ openings 24″, 36″, 48″, 60″ high
Woven wire:
2″ x 4″ 12-1/2 ga horse wire  48 ” or 60″ high
100′ or 200′ rolls
96″   12-1/2 ga graduated deer wire, 330’/roll
72″  14  ga   graduated deer wire, 165’/roll