Fencing

We Build and design the finest quality residential and ranch fencing

Although La Tejana is new to the fencing industry, my partner, Rodolfo “Rudy” Hernandez has over 32-years experience in building and designing many types of fencing. Born and raised on a ranch, Rudy’s favorite thing to say is, ‘building fencing is in my blood, it’s my work, it’s what I was born to do.” Rest assured that your fencing project will be handled in a prompt and professional manner. 

FArm and ranch

Board and wood rail

This type of fence has been around since 1700s, when it began to be praised for its efficient use of lumber and land and its refined appearance. The post and board is still a great design today. Even in a contemporary suburban setting, a classic, white three or four-board fence evokes the elegance of a horse farm.

Hog Wire

Also called cattle or livestock panels, hog wire panels are made of steel rods welded at every intersection and galvanized with a zinc coating. Feed- and livestock-supply companies sell different styles with different rod gauges. You’ll want a heavy gauge for a longer-lasting fence that won’t sag.

Pipe

We can design a pipe fence with as many horizontal rails as you like. We can also customize with rolled materials such as Sheffield wire, chicken wire, horse wire, barbed wire and more. We can even attach rigid hog panels to the fence in a color of your choice.

post and woven wire

Woven wires advantage over all other fences is its security; woven wire fences are specifically designed to keep animals in or out. A tight grid of wires nailed securely on sturdy posts can keep something as small as a rabbit out and or keep an animal as big as a horse in.

residential

wooden privacy

A wood fence can be a great way to give a home's property a definitive border. It keeps both children and pets safely in and stray animals out. It also changes the look of the house. Typically, wood fences, especially those going up around newly constructed homes, are made of cedar or redwood.

ornamental iron

Ornamental fences are not just about marking a boundary or keeping animals out of the garden; they make a visual statement of their own, and they can be an important focal point in a garden or lawn. A typical ornamental iron fence design is simple, with plain horizontal rails and basic vertical pickets or stiles.