Installing Wood Fence Ideas

Apr 18th

Wood fence ideas can provide security and privacy for a garden or patio. Whether you need to keep pests out of the garden or outside of children and pets inside, a wooden fence makes an effective barrier. Fencing a garden or patio can be a daunting prospect and many people choose to employ fencing contractors, especially for unusual shaped gardens or large plots. Erect a wooden first board or wooden fence panel yourself with fences and basic tools in a hardware store or merchant supply building.

Wood Fence with Steel Posts
Wood Fence with Steel Posts

Measure around the edge of the garden with a rope of known length or a laser measurement. Write down the measurements on a piece of paper so that you can refer to them when buying construction materials. Buy from a dealer in building materials or hardware. Many sale kits that include everything you need to put the wooden fence. Ask at the store to check your calculations and be sure to buy the right amount of fencing materials, including poles, panels, boards, 2×4 parts and nails.

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Hammer of wood or metal pegs on the ground around the edge of the garden patio to make the line of the fence. Use this as a guide while erecting the fence. Holes of the push of the fence posts with a post-hole seeker or regular garden shovel. Dig first holes in each corner of the plot and then along the fence run at the required intervals. If you are putting fencing panel, the interval is dictated by the size of the fence panel. For about on board fencing, dig holes for the poles every 6 to 8 feet.