town and country fencing

Town And Country Fencing has been family owned for over 15 years.  We have the experience and integrity to complete your fencing with the highest quality of work and results that last for years.

Horse-high

Picking out the proper fencing for horses and livestock can be intimidating.  Our experienced staff will help guide you in picking out the most efficient fencing based on your type of livestock, terrain, adn asthetic goals.

hog tight

Wild hogs can be devistating to fields, crops, roads, and even irrigation systems.  They can cost thousands in damage.  Witht he proper fencing and installation methods, we can help decrease the chances of hogs breaking your perimeter.

bull-strong

Longhorns are well known for their ability to look at a fence and size up the escape posibilities.  Larry, owner of Town and Country Fencing, has years of experience in installing fencing for longhorn and other hard to contain breeds.  He knows what it takes and executes it with precision.

& family friendly

Our expesrtise expands to residential fence installation.  No job is too small or too large.  We can install fencing for a single residence or an entire neighborhood.  Properly installed residential fencing can increase your homes value, as well as it curb appeal.  Most importanlty, it keeps your loved ones safe.

agriculteral fencing

residential fencing

 commerical fencing

Romans 10:9

that if you confess with your mouth Jesus as Lord, and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved

 

fencing material options

Cedar

Cedar wood is a great option for fencing and is extremely durable in outdoor weather conditions.  Cedar tends to outlast fences made from softer, less durable wood, such as pine.  Cedar also contains natural oils that deter insect damage and rotting.

Chain Link

Chain link fencing is preferred for its affordability and durability.  Chain link is is equally suited for both residential and commercial properties.  From construction sites to playgrounds, there are a number of uses for chain link fencing.

barbed wire

Barbed wire was the original wire fence used to restrain livestock. It has stood the test of time and is still one of the main types of agricultural fence used today. Whether it be small pens or fencing off the perimeter of your property, barbed wire is always a great option. We also offer barbless or “smooth” wire.

woven wire

Woven wire fencing is a great option for landowners looking to contain a variety of livestock.  The weaving process of the metal wire makes it more flexible without compromising the integrity or quality of the material.

split rail

Cedar split rail fencing provides a beautiful alternative to traditional fencing, while keeping livestock contained.  Split Rail fencing is great for residential or agriculteral uses. 

specialty fencing

Town and Country Fencing offers a wide range of fencing services.  If you need something that is not mentioned on our website, just give us a call or fill out the contact form below and we will help guide you. 

about us

Town and Country Fencing is a family owned and operated fencing company. With over 15 years of experience in the ranching/fencing industry, we go above and beyond to ensure a quality product every time.  No job is too big.  Whether you are trying to keep things in, out, or just beautify your property WE are the ones to call.  Additionally, estimates are always free.

family owned

 

since

 

2004

 

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