Fence. Wednesday , July 11th , 2018 - 14:16:49 PM
If you over water the concrete which is very easy to do this will result in concrete that has an exponential loss of strength. The concrete will require a month to reach its full strength. You can begin to work with the concrete in as little as 24 hours after placement given decent weather. In very cold weather allow at least 48 hours before resuming the remainder of the fence building project. During warmer weather or in the summer you can plan to be building the remainder of the fence 24 hours after pouring the concrete posts in place. As part of the post setting process it is critically important that you take the time to set up supports for your fence. If you do not set up supports for the fence the fence posts may slip out of plumb during the concrete curing process. If this happens you will come back the following day to discover that your fence posts are no longer plumb and square. This would require the removal and resetting of the fence posts. This is something that you want to most certainly avoid so taking the extra time to set up a system to hold your posts perfectly in place is a great idea.
If your fence is being used to enclose a pool areas you will want to check into that specifically. Even if you do not have any restrictions with a yard fence a fence surrounding a pool is completely different and should be asked about specifically. Installing a pool fence that does not meet your local or state laws can be costly if it has to be removed and a new one reinstalled all because the wrong material was used to enclose the pool.
The fence material Once you know what the fence should do and what style of fence you'd like you can select the material that the fence is made of: wood, vinyl, aluminum, or steel. Wood fences have a traditional appeal however, they require more maintenance and need to be cleaned, stained, or painted, periodically to keep them looking nice. Vinyl fences only require an occasional rinsing. Vinyl doesn't fade or rot and comes in options similar to wood. Aluminum also requires very little maintenance. Steel requires paint every few years to keep it looking nice.
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