Winter Snow Fence
Snow fence forces wind-blown drifting snow to the desired place to decrease the amount of snow on roads and landscapes. This type of landscape fence reduces the chance of road accidents due to snow and can be used on farms and homes as well.
Snow barrier fence offers land protection by causing snowdrifts. Snow fences work by causing turbulence in the wind and trapping the snow - moving it away from undesirable areas such as roads and buildings. Farmers and landowners use snow fences to create drifts in basins for a ready supply of water in the spring. For homeowners and home growers, snow barrier fences add shelter for crop protection and push snow away from fields which will allow soil moisture to stay active for the next growing season. Snow Fences should be installed upwind of the area you want to keep clear. Trenching the fence can also catch melting snow and direct it to another area.
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Useful Tip: Fence posts should be spaced no more than 8 feet apart for a 4 ft. snow fence. End posts should be 6 ft. or less from the next post. The end post-placement aids bracing.