2019/07/16 Since you were doing this between posts on a patio it was more of a 'railing' than a 'fence' so I would suggest if there were a next time or for others contemplating something similar the following: Don't drill the holes in the 3 top and bottom pipe rails through BOTH sides just through ONE side of each rail (the bottom of the top rail and the top of the bottom rail).
2021/04/04 You can use any hose that you like however when you are burying a garden hose underground you are going to put in a bunch of physical labor to dig the trench and cover it back up so it is wise to set yourself up to have it work
This gives you the greatest control on where to put the dog fence wire so it matches the layout you’ve chosen. If you have a super long driveway and it’d be inconvenient to use an expansion joint and you don’t want to cut a new slot then you can also tunnel under the driveway using PVC …
You just got an underground dog fence and while laying it out you’ve got a problem. How do you get under the driveway? Can you put an underground dog fence in the conduit or will it cancel the signal? How deep can you go? Yes in-ground dog fence wire can go through conduit as long as you don’t bury it greater than 6 inches below the soil and no less than a few inches under the …
2016/06/09 Imagine a 160mm PVC pipe secured in the ground with an external concrete collar coming to 2 or so above ground level. The inside of the pipe remains empty except for the base which is filled 100mm with pea gravel to permit drainage. Inside the PVC insert your 4 x4 post and then fill and tamp with sand and/or pea gravel.
2015/10/09 Depending on your preference you can fill the gaps below the finished fence with brick railroad ties planters or even cement walls. One unfortunate truth about stepping a fence is that it won’t work with most prebuilt fences since they come with the connecting holes already routed into the posts and panels.
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2018/08/13 Don’t use the eyeball test to see if the posts you planted in the ground are straight. Level twice before placing the panels — once after you plant the post and again after you pour the concrete. 8. Don’t! Hammer the Material. Yes installing a fence without a hammer is nearly impossible but use it carefully.
2019/07/01 1. Racked Fences: Installing a Fence on a Slope. Racking (also called raking) is the most popular way to adjust to slopes in a yard. Racked fences follow the contours of the ground leaving no gaps between the bottom of the rail and the ground. This method of adjusting to slopes gives your fence a more uniform smooth appearance.