Fence. Wednesday , August 08th , 2018 - 13:37:45 PM
Yep, you guessed it after being burned enough we decided (in the beginning) to forgo the professional assistance and try this home improvement on our own. The first thing we did to get started is by contacting our local township to look into any local ordinances that may prevent us from using certain fences and materials. We are in an area that is not governed by an HOA but if you are you will also want to check in with them before you begin your project or purchase materials to make yourself aware of any special restrictions.
You will also want to spray paint the ground where the fence will be installed so that you can see where the post holes will need to be dug approximately. This can help you to determine any potential difficulties that you may encounter when actually installing the fence such as obstructions or grade issues with the property that you will need to account for in the design stage of your fence.
One more tips is adding vinyl to your fence. Vinyl could enhance the fence protection against any bad weather. You have to make sure that all the top post and rail are also coated with vinyl. It is important to prevent any sagging reaction due to the vinyl coating action.
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