Fence. Tuesday , July 10th , 2018 - 14:21:11 PM
Once the concrete has set, the stringers can be attached. Cedar stringers are preferable. Cedar stringers will more closely match the look of the fence boards and make for a more uniform looking fence. Treated stringers are not recommended as they have a tendency to twist as they dry. The stringers are attached directly to the sides of the posts without any brackets required. Usually only two stringers are needed. The bottom stringer is often installed about a foot up from the ground. The top stringer is installed at very the top of the post. In high wind areas three stringers are recommended.
I hope this brief article helps set the stage for a successful planning and purchasing process. Good luck, and enjoy your home.
Where I live we are not under any restriction to the type of fence material we can use, height of fencing, spacing or colors that are acceptable. We are found we are restriction free and may have decorative aluminum, wood, picket or chain link fence. Whatever our hearts desire we can install. I have heard of many neighborhoods allowing wood fencing however not all styles. Picket and split rail wood fences may be allowed but privacy fence not permitted due to a restriction on height.
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