Fence. Tuesday , July 10th , 2018 - 14:20:38 PM
Maintenance costs Another thing you want to think about is the maintenance costs involved. With a wooden fence, you'll have to invest loads into maintenance. You'll need to purchase paints and stains and repaint the fence often to keep your fence looking new (in the case of a wooden fence). And if the wood rots, you'll have to replace it.
When deciding to invest in fencing, start by assessing your needs. Consider the size of the space, the expectations for the use of the areas on both sides of the fence and the reason you are enclosing the area. Once you know what you need, it's easier to sort out your options.
Now that all the posts are in place and the concrete has cured enough for you to continue the project it is time for you to put up the fence stringers. These horizontal connection points between the posts are what you will mount the fence boards onto. You should use a minimum of two stringers for any size fence and as many as required to make sure that you have no more than a 24 inch gap between stringers. The method of attaching fence boards that you use will depend completely on the design and style of fence that you have chosen to build. Consider renting or using a pneumatic nail gun for the process of putting up the fence boards. Using screws is ideal however somewhat overkill for most fence projects. Using a regular hammer and nails causes a fair bit of trauma to the new fence and still only somewhat cured concrete fence posts. Using a nail gun for putting up the fence boards can be a huge timesaver.
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