Fence. Wednesday , August 08th , 2018 - 13:30:03 PM
Once you have all your supplies, you can begin by setting the end posts, the parts of the fence at the corners. Use a post hole digger to make the holes, ideally about thirty inches deep. You can then set the posts in the hole, make sure the post is level, and then fill in the rest of the hole with dirt or cement.
I contacted them and invited them to our home to meet with them to discuss our expectations and theirs. It is important to make sure when working with any professional in your home that they all of the necessary permits and licenses required for their occupation/business. On top of the reference we already had we asked for several others. It was important to make sure people have all had the same experience with this company that you hope to have. Trust me; any reputable company will be happy to freely give references.
It is regarded in the fencing industry that the diameter of the post hole itself should be 4 inches larger than the post. For example if you are setting 4 x 4 posts into place then you would want to drill and 8 inch diameter hole for the post hole.
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