Published at Friday, March 01st, 2019 - 13:37:07 PM. Privacy Screens. By Maslin Lefranc.
Fencing Techniques - Keeping It Safe and Classy One of the conventional traditions to enhance home safekeeping is by putting in fences. Fencing technique is applied widely in almost every part of the world to extend security to ones property, garden, stocks, etc. There are several types of fences available that you can apply to your home, pool or yard, varying in style, shape, patterns, size, and colors. Yard fencing can add security and beauty to your house. In addition, it also enhances your confidentiality. On the other hand, prior to choosing and putting in your preferred style, it is important that you weigh factors such as the characteristics of the product, capability to secure an area, cost of installation, and sustenance. Moreover, you ought to look at the different types accessible in the market to attain sure you are receiving the right one.
Estimating the Cost of Wood Privacy Fence Installation : Fence costs are calculated as a cost per linear foot. The easiest way to estimate the cost is to determine the cost of a single fence panel and then multiply that cost times the number of panels required to achieve the total length of the fence. First, measure the perimeter of the area to be enclosed - while doing this make note of any special situations that will influence to cost such as gate(s) or difficult terrain. If a fence already exists that will be replaced with new materials then simply count the number of fence panels that are present. Wood privacy fences are almost always spaced with posts 8 foot apart on center (this means the measurement from the center of one post to the center of an adjacent post is 8 feet) but always measure to confirm. Lumber is available in standard 8 foot lengths and offers a balanced solution of cost and strength. Spans longer than 8 feet will likely have problems with sagging unless the 2x4 cross beams are upgraded to 2x6 dimension - this also changes the appearance of the fence panel. Spans shorter than 8 feet are usually not necessary, the fence will be stronger but materials cost increase substantially. If there is a need to set the posts at some other length, be sure to choose an increment of 2 feet (i.e. 6 foot, 8 foot, 10 foot, 12 foot etc... ) otherwise installation will require every cross beam to be cut to length.
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