Fence. Thursday , August 09th , 2018 - 11:03:20 AM
Picket fences, led by the white picket fence, are a truly American tradition. They are shorter than a privacy fence (3-4 feet tall) and are not intended to allow privacy so much as an enclosed yard and a colonial style. Styles of picket fencing include arched, scalloped, gothic, French gothic, dog-eared, and standard flat-top.
Another great feature fencing offers is the deterring of unwanted pests and people into your yard. Whether it is critters or a trespasser a fence is a barrier that will often deter them. Why hit a house up that has obstacles when a house down the street offers up much easier access. Not only does the fence keep critters and trespassers out but it also keeps your little critters in. Children and pets, such as the family dog, will find it very difficult to leave the yard if a fence stands between them and the road. Fencing offers a secure area for little ones to play safely away from the hazards of busy neighborhood roads.
Attach the pickets with ceramic coated or stainless steel screws. There is no need to have a wood privacy fence with black stain lines going down from each of the screws. Use a string line, or a good eye, to make sure that the pickets are attached at the proper height. In most cases the wood pickets will shrink a little over time so it is often advisable to attach the pickets tight together with no gap in between.
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