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How To Build A Horizontal Wooden Fence

By Mattnem05 @mattnem05

Horizontal wooden fence - Privacy fences are expensive have placed around your patio or pool area. It would be cheaper to build your own fence with wood treated in time to hire a company to obtain an estimate, and then spend hours in your yard first. A horizontal wooden fence blind is a smart choice for creating a rugged fence allowing in breezes and sunlight, but offers privacy from passersby. With a few tools and some concrete fence attractive blind can easily be yours. Place a flag mark at each corner of the area to be fenced in. Connect the flags with a light rope tying rope to each indicator in a straight line. Measure the chord lengths on either side of the fence designated area, using a tape. Divide each length by 52 inches. The resulting number is the number of fence posts needed for each length of fencing. For example, if one edge of your yard is 12 meters or 144 centimeters, then 144 divided by 52 is 2.8 rounded to 3.

How To Build A Horizontal Wooden Fence

Purchase the required number of redwood four one six. Dig 1 inches wide, 3 feet deep hole every 52 inches along the rope line. Place the first hole in the top of the fence. Insert Aug. 1 foot long, four by four in the center of each hole. Fill the hole with gravel. Compacting the gravel every 6 inches with a tamper. Draw a horizontal line at each position in 2.5 inch and 2.5 inch top to the bottom. Between these two lines is 55 inches. Draw diagonal lines 11, the bottom of the diagonal into your yard, beneath the two sides facing each position to another position.

Each diagonal line will be 6 inches long at an angle of 50 degrees. To help create the diagonals and keep even draw a horizontal wooden fence line at the level of the bottom of a diagonal to the top of the next diagonal. Place a 48-inch long, one for six on each diagonal line, starting with the bottom line. Hammer 8-d galvanized nails in a 45 degree angle downwardly from the top plate in position. The red wood board will play next post in the corresponding diagonal line. Key in the next post with the same downward angle. Continue placing angled grids that connect the diagonal lines. Complete the blind fence covering the nails with wood putty.

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