Published at Thursday, February 28th, 2019 - 13:24:43 PM. Outdoor Gates. By Noelle Levasseur.
Planning Your Fencing Project Another thing to consider in your fence planning is the measurements. Careful measurement is a necessity if you want to purchase the proper quantity of materials and avoid problems during installation. It is always important to check your propertys boundary lines when measuring for fence construction. You do not want to have to make your neighbor upset and have to remove a just installed fence because you did not stay within your property boundaries. Another important item to check during fence measurement and before fence construction is your local ordinances and homeowners association rules. You need to make sure that the fence you build meets all required specifications. The next thing to do is to contact your local utilities and have them come and mark your property. Buried lines and cables must be considered before you begin digging fence posts. If there are lines buried where you planned to build, you will need to adjust your plans and re-measure before purchasing materials.
Selecting a Fence : If security is your aim youll be looking for a fence with height, structural strength but a solid fascia may not be so critical. The best security can be achieved with a rigid mesh fence system mounted on steel posts in heights from 6ft through to 8ft, or alternatively a steel palisade fence which can be purchased up to 3m high. The problem with steel fences is that they are great for industrial or business situations but can feel like a prison when used in a domestic context. If you are looking for improved home security then you will want the strongest, tallest timber fence you can get to hide your property, prevent intruders scaling the fence and offer a solid boundary such as a close board fence or if you are not so concerned with privacy then a chain link fence which can be constructed to greater height and is harder to climb than a timber fence. A close board fence will be more expensive than a fence panel fence but being mounted on heavier section posts and coming in more height options will offer a higher degree of security than fence panels.
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