Fence. Wednesday , July 11th , 2018 - 14:07:57 PM
Documentation and Regulations Before beginning a project, you need to know what limitations are imposed by your local government or Home Owners Association. Usually, a developed community will have written standards as to what is and is not allowed. Your HOA or local city or county government will have these guidelines, and tell you if there is a formal permitting process for prior approval. It's common to gain written pre-approval after submitting a plan that details the location, layout, size and materials. If the permit application asks for a Property Plat of your property, that is often found in your settlement documents or at the municipalities tax or records departments. Many Fence Contractors include the Permitting in their cost estimates. And be sure they are the ones who are responsible to call the Utility company, because you'll need your property properly 'marked' prior to anyone digging a hole anywhere.
The depth of the post hole is very significant as this will determine the overall strength and longevity of the fence. In the areas where the ground can freeze during the winter season. It will be extremely important to set the posts a minimum of 6 inches below the frost line. For all other applications. The post hole should be one third the height of the fence. For example a 6 foot fence should have a minimum of 2 foot deep post holes. If you were looking for an area that you can overbuild on this project. This is it. If you drill the holes and deeper than need be or use extra concrete. This amounts to extra cost and extra labor for your project but ultimately will result in a stronger, longer lasting fence.
PVC is a Great Multi-Purpose Solution - PVC fencing is incredibly versatile. It's easily customized and can be painted any color and designed to match any environment. This is a great option for fencing for your pool, garage or gate. One of the biggest advantages to choosing PVC is that it won't splinter, which makes it safe for areas with children and pets.
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