Fence. Wednesday , July 11th , 2018 - 14:08:59 PM
Similar to chain link fencing, aluminum fences come in different picket, post, and rail sizes. These differences will determine the strength of the fence. For aluminum, the larger the picket, the stronger the fence. Aluminum fences are much cheaper than iron fences because they are much easier to install. On a broader scale, aluminum typically falls somewhere between vinyl and wood fencing in terms of cost.
The depth of the post hole is very significant as this will determine the overall strength and longevity of the fence. In the areas where the ground can freeze during the winter season. It will be extremely important to set the posts a minimum of 6 inches below the frost line. For all other applications. The post hole should be one third the height of the fence. For example a 6 foot fence should have a minimum of 2 foot deep post holes. If you were looking for an area that you can overbuild on this project. This is it. If you drill the holes and deeper than need be or use extra concrete. This amounts to extra cost and extra labor for your project but ultimately will result in a stronger, longer lasting fence.
Steel Gates: Steel gate the ideal installment to pair with your chain-link or aluminum fencing. Entryways are not necessarily a given with fencing and there are a variety of ways to install them such as hinged or sliding, so it is important to consider your needs and what would be the most practical kind to incorporate.
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