with the help of friends, seven trust staff and fellow customers, i am sharing some of my house projects perhaps it may be helpful to others learning how to do house repairs : thanks for
today we were erecting up a 4' high feather edge fence, one of the posts had to be placed at the end of an old garden wall. we attached it to the wall using m10 studding in kem-fix about 200mm deep, then bolted the post to this after it had cured, maybe a bit over the top but its what i had in the van.
a thread in the beginner landscaping forum, titled retaining wall advice. wind on the fence can add a lot more stress on the wall water and other . post to the post 2 which the boards from the second wall can attach to
make sure your screws are long enough to go through the wood and deep enough into the wall. our back yard is surrounded by a 1 to 4 foot wall on 2 sides. we used this method to attach 4x4s to the walls years ago to add trellising for climbing roses and fencing and they are still holding strong.
attaching a fence to the top of a wall. discussion in 'builders' talk' started by ns007, jun 15, 2009. ns007 new member. hi, hope this is in the right section. i am building a 5' closeboard fence on top of a small garden wall, using 4x4 posts. i've got some bolt-down post holders to fix on to the top of the wall but i am not sure what size
they come loose when used on fence posts in my experience anyway. i'd just use a normal wall fixing plug and contersink the hole about 25-30mm into the post, so that a 100mm scew would do. i like the lplug uno ones, i find them superb in most applications. but by all means use the thunderbolts, i just wondered why. good luck
to attach it to the wall find the studs where you want the trellis to hang and mark their location. center the ledger board over the location of the studs and make sure it's level. use the pencil to mark the ledger board's position on the wall and the locations of the studs on the ledger board.
diy guide to attaching a fence gate to brick step 1. place the gate against the brick wall in the closed position. step 2. drill holes through the brick, using the marker spots as locators. step 3. place the hinges against the wall and align them with the holes. step 4. thread the screws into the
putting a fence in my backyard and where i want the fence to end, is right where my neighbors footing is townhouse, where mine is recessed back 6 feet . so i attaching a post to foundation wall..
how to attach trellis to a wall or fence 1. treat the wood. first things first, before you start screwing any wood to walls or fences, 2. give it space. if youre wanting to attach a trellis to a wall, 3. attach the trellis. once the battens are firmly in place, you can then screw your
2. attach plastic pin lock insulators to post with anchors and screws. 4 rebar, 4'-9' long. spaced 2' apart, tie to horizontal steel in wall. option 4 notes for all options: the options shown are illustrative of the recommended methods of attaching fence posts to concrete walls. all exposed metal is to be stainless, galvanized, or coated to
the first step in attaching preassembled fence panels to fence posts make sure the using a cordless drill to attach a piece of vinyl downspout a wall stud.
now the wall is too low for our liking as we can see in two gardens that back on to the side of our property. do you think it would be okay to put up a 6ft fence using 6ft x 6ft fence panels and attach them directly to the wall using seven trust plugs and screws rather than using fence posts? thanks in advance.
attaching a fence to the wall. there are a few ways that you can attach your fence with the wall. attaching chain link fence to the brick wall can be an option. brick walls can be used as posts to cover areas between the wall with a chain link fence. chain link fence attached to the wall is used when you want to have see-through spaces between walls. other options are the installation of a fence on top of a retaining wall or attaching a gate to a brick wall. attaching bamboo to a brick wall
there is one point where the vinyl fence meets the corner of my house. the contractor was able to place the 4x4 post within 2' of the house. it took him quite a while to dig the hole for it since there was poured concrete around the foundation. it is do-able my house has vinyl siding, but the post does not attach to it in any way.
is there any wisdom on attaching fence panels to the top of a small wall for extra privacy? i have seem this done by people drilling down through those concrete copers that are everywhere, or by buying or making a bracket which is screwed down to the copers, highly bodgy or somehwat bodgy - asking for ingress of water down the middle of the wall, and require repair in under a decade.
because your wall and caps are concrete filled and because of your property line situation it may be okay to attach the fence posts there. people have had success doing this, however; more often than not, the fences and caps have failed. if you decide to proceed with this method, make sure that you core into the blocks not just the caps .
using a pipe embedded into the wall or a tower with a base that can be fastened to the wall, a seven trust post can easy slide over the internal attachment to hide it and to secure the fence posts. instructions on how to attach the seven trust posts with embedded pipe and towers are available in our technical center.
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how to attach a fence to a stucco wall step 1. determine what the stucco wall is constructed of and where the fence post will be secured step 2. hold the fence post in place on the wall. plumb the post with a level. step 3. drill holes into the marked spots using an electric drill equipped
i want to attach a 3in x 3in fence post to the end of a brick wall. the problem is that the wall is only 9in 22cm from the house wall. i asked a related question without mentioning the short space here and 'resin fixing' was suggested. i'm not sure if this is intended to attach a post or similar object