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Wooden Snow Fence

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Drifting snow is a safety hazard for passing cars or airplanes taking off and landing. When installed correctly, wooden snow fencing can create a desired barrier for snow to accumulate, saving you time and money with snow removal and property damage. Wooden snow fencing is the traditional choice for preventing snow from drifting onto roads, highways, and airport runways. Our top quality, made in America, snow fence is constructed from vertical running aspen and spruce wood lath woven together with 13 gauge galvanized wire. Installing these fences along roads and runways increase the efficiency of snow removal and allows for a safer, uninterrupted travel. The sturdy construction of this natural snow fence makes it an aesthetic, durable, and economical alternative to plastic snow fence. Traditional wooden snow fencing has many alternative uses.

Available by the roll or by the truckload. If you are interested in a truckload, please call us for pricing.


Our wooden snow fence is constructed of No.1 Aspen pickets (3/8” x 1½” x 48”), woven with 5 double-strands of 13 gauge galvanized wire.

  • Constructed of No.1 Aspen or Spruce pickets (3/8” x 1½” x 48”)
  • Woven with 5 double-strands of 13 gauge galvanized wire
  • The fence is painted with red iron oxide stain
  • Sold in 50-foot rolls

How Does Snow Fencing Work?

How snow fencing works is really a pretty simple concept. A properly constructed fence will cause snow to drift down wind of it. When the wind blows over the fence it causes an eddy or swirl to form behind the fence. This in turn causes a rolling wind current that flows downward and to the back side of the fence. As a result of  this air current, a drift of snow forms in front of the fence on the windward side. A well-designed fence can retain the snow to a place of your desiring as well as preventing snow from drifting to unwanted areas.

Uses for Snow Fencing

  • Airport Runways
  • Compost Piles / Compost Storage
  • Construction Site Boundary
  • Crowd Control
  • Cribbing
  • Dog and Pet Safety
  • Garden Center and Nursery Benching, Operations
  • Golf Course Maintenance
  • Livestock Control and Shading
  • Packaging and Crating
  • Road Maintenance
  • Sand Dune Maintenance


  • Steel T-posts: made of hot rolled rail steel and formed into a “T”
  • Dimensions: 1 7/16” X 1 5/16” x 1/8” x 6’ (six feet) long
  • Weight of post section without anchor is 1.25 pounds per foot
  • Area of anchor plates 23 square inches
  • The post comes in painted green or galvanized

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