How To Build A Horizontal Fence Plans

If you want privacy from a wooden roof, it’s a good idea to overlap the horizontal fence plans boards to compensate. A fence of boards is placed close together can see when it’s new, but like wood ages, the gaps open and become easy to see through.

Instructions

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Mark the perimeter of the fence plan. Dig holes in the corners and at 2.4 meters (8 feet) intervals between the corners, between spaces between 75 to 90 cm (30 to 36 inches).  Place the posts in the holes, and refill with concrete mix, using one level to make sure each post is loose while lying concrete. The height of each post should be 2.10 meters (7 feet). Let the concrete set.

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Fit the top rail to the top of the posts. Cut 5 of 10 cm (2-by-4 inch) rails with a circular saw so they center the posts and screw them in with 7.5 cm (3 inch) nails. On sloping ground, you must level the modern fence, so start installing the rails on top of the post at the lowest point, and then attach it to the next post on higher ground at the point where the rails are level. Install the next rail on top of that post and continue upwards, install rails in the same way. Fit the bottom rails between the posts, cut them with a circular saw so that they fit between the posts. The lower shine should be 20 to 30 cm (8 to 12 inches) above the ground. If the ground is sloping, the bottom rail tears in the same way as you did the top rail in step 3.