We know the fence we install for you will say more about our reputation than anything else. And Tejas Ranch & Game Fence only provides the very best and longest-lasting ranch fencing material in the business.
We scour the market for the best value in materials, galvanized T-posts, Pipe and Wire are the basis for most of our fence projects. The bang for the buck in these materials, installed properly, cannot be beaten.
The steel mesh is designed to withstand stresses without losing shape or strength. The crimps in the horizontal wires absorb pressure – both during installation and from animals.
The fixed knot design combined with high tensile wire makes this the strongest woven wire fence available, and is highly resistant to animal damage.
The use of Class 3 Galvanized high tensile wire and solid vertical stays means little to no maintenance, so you can spend less time worrying about your fence, regardless of whether you want to keep animals in or out.
The high-tensile steel mesh with V-crimp is designed to withstand stress without losing shape or strength. The crimps in the horizontal wires absorb pressure – both during installation and from livestock and help return the fence to its original shape with the constant tension of its spring action.
The framework of our fences is among the highest-strength steel available for fencing structure. With a typical tensile strength of 50,000 psi, it is more than 45% stronger than standard steel.
Using the zinc galvanized corrosion-resistant coating can adds 30-50% to the life of the fence, which is why we offer galvanized material as our standard.
As an available option to protect your animals from predators, we offer a woven wire mesh ideal for creating a barrier that deters even the most persistent predators.
Strong and galvanized to last for many years, this mesh is a proven predator solution. Typically installed on the outside of the fence, the Predator Barrier is installed along the bottom of the fence and is attached to the bottom fence wire at ground level to deter underdigging, allowing you – and your animals – to rest easier with a higher degree of safety.