Fence. Friday , July 13th , 2018 - 13:40:35 PM
When it comes time to mixing the concrete you want to be sure to follow some basic concrete fundamental working tips. Many people think it is acceptable to pour dry concrete into a post hole and then add water. This is not an acceptable way to mixed concrete. Concrete needs to be mixed thoroughly prior to placing and the amount of water that is used is of a critical importance to the overall strength of the mix. You should use at the minimum bagged concrete specifically made for post holes or general use applications or ideally mixing your own concrete using the 321 mix. The 321 mix is a very common concrete mix that includes 3 parts of gravel, 2 parts of sand and 1 part of concrete. The gravel is usually half inch in diameter in the sand is a sharp washed masonry grade sand. The type of concrete used for this mix would be called either type N, type 10 or type 1 depending on where you are located. All three of these concrete brands are exactly identical and the name changes only depending on where you are located. When mixing this concrete together you want to use the minimum amount of water necessary to achieve the desired placement thickness.
Wood Fencing: Wood provides the most versatile material when it comes to fencing. It can be cut to add aesthetic appeal. Additionally there are many different types of wood to choose from such as pine, cedar, and more. The life and integrity of wood is improved by treatments added to decrease the effects of weathering, and maintenance is relatively easy.
One other item to consider in fence planning is where you want your gate or gates to be located for easy access and security. You want to be sure that you plan accordingly as the gate will require additional spacing to allow it to open and close.
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