We can help the DIY to know How to Install Privacy Fence! We build our own quality, privacy fence panels, value priced, so the "do it yourself" can Install Wood Privacy Fence themselves.
Fourth, you will lay down your long tape measure and mark where you will place your poles and dig your holes. You want the holes 8’ foot on center unless to stagger the panels and thus you need to cut a panel to start the stagger.
Use a rod to mark about 1 ½” away from the line to allow for the space of a Simpson bracket for our heavy duty steel posts. If you are building with wood landscape timbers you don’t need the space for the metal post Simpson bracket.
Fifth, you need to dig your holes deep enough for either your wood landscape timbers or metal posts. We recommend you use a heavy duty, galvanized steel posts. For a steel post it needs to be about 2’ feet deep.
You want your holes and poles deep enough to withstand the strong Oklahoma winds. Don't skip and buy a 7' pole for a 6' foot high fence!
We've known one fence installer who had offered home owners the option of saving money with a 7' foot post. It's better to install a strong, thick square post or preferably a heavy duty galvanized fence post.
How you go about cleaning the holes is important; keep extra dirt out of the hole and from falling into the hole while your pouring in your concrete.
PART 1 - Building a Wood Fence
PART 2 - How to Build Privacy Fence
PART 3 - How to Install Privacy Fence
PART 4 - How to Install Wooden Fence
PART 5 - Building a Wooden Fence
PART 6 - Installing a Wooden Fence
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