Smart Wood Fence Designs

Sep 26th

Wood fence designs – The installation of a wooden fence begins with the layout where the fence will be and locations on the marked lawn. The more accurate the post hole locations are, the less likely it is that you will have to cut the stringers when installing the fence. Measuring and marking accurately ensures the proper space between the posts and the exact dimensions for shoes, which provide strength and support for a wooden fence. Basic knowledge of carpentry is necessary to install a wooden fence.

Wood Fences Plan Idea
Wood Fences Plan Idea

Determine your exact property lines. Plan the wood fence line with a setback of at least 6 inches from the legal property line to minimize the risk of installing the fence on your neighbor’s property. Draw a map of the fence site on the graph paper, using the pencil. Check the site map contains details, including all aspects of your landscape. Mark a point on the map for each fence post.

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Mark the fence line in your yard with stakes at each end or corner posts and mason’s cords. Check your map when you mark the fence line in the yard. Adjust mason’s chain until the level, using the line level. Find the center-to-center spacing of door poles by combining the width of the door and the clearance for all hardware, including hinges and latches, and then add 4 inches. Mark the masonry chain with tape to indicate where the door poles will be installed.