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hi, can anyone suggest a good method for extending concrete fence posts from 5' to 6' so that i can add trellis? the posts and panels are all in really good condition, so not keen to rip out and re-post, but i would like to increase the height to increase privacy.
the first question is who actually owns the fence? if it's your fence i think you can add trellis and grow some climbers on it to obsure the neighbours, but if it is their fence you'd have to ask permission to alter it. you might need to extend the posts to support the trellis as well. of course all of this depends on the councils planning laws
postfix 500mm long extension arms extend the height of existing fencing rapidly by 1 or 2 feet in minutes **no trellis supplied in price** corrosion proof galvanised u channels slide down slot of concrete fence posts and slide over the existing fence panel in slot adding extra support
one way to extend the height of your fence is to add a piece of lattice to the top. use lattice to add more privacy to a fence or extend the height of a trellis. 'how to do fence lattice
a 2cnd trellis actually in front of the existing fenceline could work quite well. height then up to you as not a boundary. take care though if over tall and a windy situation. by leaving some space between the 2cnd trellis and fence maintenance of latter will be easier. you can also hinge the trellis to the fence to allow better access. j.
extending the height of your fencing can be done in one of two ways. the cost effective solution is to use fence post extensions, considering that the concrete fence posts are still in good condition. simply slide the oversized panels into the existing concrete posts and then slot the post extension inbetween the panels onto the concrete post.
posted 6 months ago. i have a rental property with a low fence between it and front neighbour. the tenant has asked us to increase the height for privacy so we are after a quote to add trellis to the top or build the fence higher, whatever is the cheapest and most private way, but looks tidy.
extending the height of traditional panel fencing on concrete posts adding trellis to the top of existing fencing on concrete posts this is slightly trickier to achieve than you would first imagine unless your posts have been fitted considerably higher than the tops of your panels. it is not advisable to just screw the trellis to the tops
simply coach screw a length of 4' x 2' up the back of the existing fence posts, extending to your desired height. then buy yourself some lengths of tile batten, and make the trellis suit your desired height and length.
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adding height to posts with brace. could just use brace and continue wire. i like how they framed the top of the fence planks and then added trellis above it.
and your ideal fence height may not be your neighbours ideal fence height. but installing fences for privacy is not just about height. you can increase your privacy by positioning screening in the right place in your garden. that may mean having trellis, fencing or trees in the middle of your own garden. if you want to add a tree for