Buying and building woven wire fence can throw up a lot of questions. We have therefore answered some of the most common questions that we get asked, as well as addressing some of the perceived difficulties of using high tensile woven wire fence.
If you have any further questions regarding the installation of your woven wire field fence, horse fence or deer, please feel free to get in touch with us.
This one is more of a myth than a problem, and I hear it most often from folks that have never used it. It only takes a few minutes to learn the basic knots and techniques, and once you have, your efficiency will increase.
This is a tough one, because Grandad isn’t usually wrong. Class I low carbon 9 gauge woven wire was the best thing available to Grandad when he was your age. Had there been a product available that was stronger, lighter, faster, better, longer lasting, and considerably less expensive…don’t you think Grandad would have given it a go?
Titan fence from Tornado is a fixed knot, high tensile product that, when installed properly, can be very competitive with the cost of plain high tensile or barbed wire. We already know that Grandad doesn’t approve, so why not go ahead and space your posts out a little farther?
Instead of 8’, 10’, 12’…go ahead and space them out 25’ or so. Half the posts equates to quite the savings.
We carry barbed wire in ¼ mile rolls as well as full 1 mile rolls, and we stock woven wire in 330’, 660’, and 1,320’ rolls. When it comes time to make your join (splice), we stock Gripples for those who prefer efficiency.
We have the tools and equipment you need to become more efficient without breaking your back…or your bank account.
Give us a call. Chances are, we know one in your area.
This one is pretty simple. You usually get what you pay for. We recommend creosote treated posts over CCA treated posts. Why are creosote posts better? Because Grandad said, that’s why.
We can ship your order right to your door.