Fence. Wednesday , August 08th , 2018 - 13:35:05 PM
To begin the fence installation, lay out a string line and mark the hole locations. In most cases the posts should be on eight foot centers or less. In high wind areas six foot centers may be necessary. The diameter of the hole for a fence post is recommended to be 3 times larger than the diameter of the post itself. Make sure that the hole goes down below the frost-line. The frost-line can vary anywhere from 0" to 48" depending on location. All fence posts should be set in concrete. Fill the hole with concrete that has the consistency of thick oatmeal. Slide the post down into the concrete making sure that the post is plumb. Fence posts are normally set two feet deep into the concrete. A string line can be used to insure that the posts are at the correct height. Or, the posts can be set high and then cut to the correct height after the concrete has set.
These days, there are plenty of options for homeowners who want the privacy of a solid style cedar fence but don't want a yard that blends in with everyone else's. If you're looking for a fence with a bit of flair, there are a variety of customization options available.
Another type of fencing that is made of metal and that is gaining in popularity is aluminum fencing. This is a more cost effect option. Aluminum fencing can be purchased off the shelf and does not have to be created for one job. This is a lovely option for those who cannot afford wrought iron. You can find this in many different fence styles.
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