a wood fence doesnt have to be replaced just because its rotting. a rail that's pulled loose from one or more of its posts may or may not be salvageable, depending on how badly rotted the joint is. you may be able to mend the break with a 2x4 scrap or a couple of metal t-braces, or you may have to replace the entire rail.
fence repair costs will vary depending on the type of fencing material, the size of the project, the nature of the job and your location. in general, repairs to wood or chain link fencing are less expensive than service to vinyl or iron fencing. mending a sagging gate or replacing a broken slat are fairly minor repairs that may cost $100-$200.
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which fixing would you use? its a 3 square wood post and the wall at the end of the garden seems to be the ideal thing to fix the post to the fence will go at 90deg to the wall and there are those concrete posts along the length of the garden with slots each side for you to drop your fence panels into. all good apart from there is nothing at the
if you erect a fence around your yard, you may use your house as part of the fence to minimize costs and the amount of work. to do so, you must secure a wooden fence post to the side of your house, ensuring no gaps are between the house and the fence. by securing the post to your house, you avoid digging any holes near your home's foundation.
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 / type of fixings to use.
bracing the end of a rail. cut a block the same width as the rail from a 2-by-4. drill a pair of 1/8 inch clearance holes through the block so the screws can pass freely through it. hold the piece of wood in place under the rail and screw it to the post with two 3 inch no. 8 galvanized wood screws above .
you may need to tap it lightly with a mallet. use a scrap piece of wood of the same species to tap against. doing so will keep you from damaging the wood. the dutchman will stick up 132 inch from the surface of the wood. sand the dutchman flush after the glue dries.
securing fence posts to brick wall. hi there, we have a 3 foot wooden fence above a brick wall in our garden. the previous owners screwed the posts into the wall, but it didn't seem very secure and the fence has come down in recent heavy winds. we're about to get it repaired and would like some advice on the best way to secure the posts.
i am going to fit several 3x2 posts to a concrete block wall to support a row of trellis. i was intending to use lbolts but i am open to suggestions for alternatives. the posts will stick up about 750 m/m above the wall. it is the length of bolt and fixing i am not sure about. i need to know the correct length to suit a 2' thick post.
depends how much wood you have to play with how big the packers are i would say you'd want an inch minimum of screw thread into the packer. also depends how thick your posts are. could do half height posts depending on the condition of your wall, also note they've gaps in the fence to let the wind through, less stress on the fence and wall.
best answer: you can do it, but do it right. first you have to use a masonry bit to drill the hole in the brick. pre drill the holes in the wood also. place a lead anchor in the hole in the brick. you need this to be sure the screw will hold tight. make sure your screws are long enough to go through the
scrub wood fences with a fiber scrub brush and a mild detergent solution to remove most stains. for tougher stains, add 1 to 2 cups of bleach to a bucket of warm water. wear gloves and safety glasses when working with strong cleansers.
the posts will stick up about 750 m/m above the wall. it is the length of bolt and fixing i am not sure about. i need to know the correct length to suit a 2' thick post.
sun, wind, rain, snow, rot, and below-ground frost subject wood fences to a terrific beating. wood is vulnerable to nature's punishments, especially rotting. learn how to repair and build a wood fence.
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cheers all, i've done some measuring. my wall is 1.64m high and there is about 4 metres of it exposed before it gets to my conservatory. the end of the wall butts up against my neighbors fence, as seen in my picture in the op. their garden is about 70cm higher than mine, so at the back you can see a low wall and their wooden fence on top of that.