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Fencing Materials

A wood fence is a classic addition to any home or business. Wood fencing brings great value to the customer looking for a simple privacy perimeter security fence. Capitol Wholesale’s assortment of woods and cuts combined with our variety of accessories brings our customers plenty of choices in designing their next project. Contact a Capitol sales staff member today about helping you with your next wood fence job.

Various Possibilities

Types & Cuts

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Treated Pine

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Cedar Split Rail

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Dog Ear

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Round Dog Ear

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French Gothic

Product Guide


From rustic split rail to charming white picket fences, wood fencing comes in a variety of forms and finishes that make it an ideal choice for homeowners and business alike.
There are several different types of wood that work for a variety of projects, from the economical to the durable.


Getting its name from the white appearance it has when first installed, whitewood is easy to work with. Pine, spruce, and fir are considered whitewood. These are especially popular options throughout the United States and into Canada.

Southern Yellow Pine is the top choice in the Midwest and Southeast. Reasonably priced, pressure-treated pine posts have increased longevity.

Cedar: Western Red Cedar

Cedar is not only aesthetically appealing but a practical choice, as it’s durable and can be reasonably priced. It’s a popular choice in areas that are fire-prone as it meets and exceeds safety classifications in the majority of areas across the United States.

Cedar fences should have at least a two-inch clearance from the ground. Posts should be inserted directly into the ground to improve drainage around the post.

Cedar Split Rail

Cedar Split Rail Fencing is environmentally friendly! The fine grained cedar requires no preservatives and has a high resistance to decay. It can be used near gardens or fruit trees without contaminating the soil or harming the environment. Split Rail Fencing is easy to install! It requires no painting or staining and it will turn a natural grey color overtime. The rails are notched and the posts are drilled so they are fast and easy to install.

Different Styles


There are many different styles that wood fences can take, including: