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Savannah Gate and Fence – Installing Fencing Around Your Home

If you’re considering putting fence around your new house, there are a few things to consider first.

  1. What is the purpose of the fence?
  2. What kinds of fences or designs do I prefer?
  3. What kind of fence would best suit my needs?
  4. How much will it set you back?
  5. Is it possible for me to install it myself?
  6. AND, most importantly, do I have a clear understanding of where my property boundaries are?

ESSENTIAL TOOLS-

A post hole digger, a long-handled pointed shovel, a string line, a measuring tape, a power saw with a plastic cutting blade, extension cables, a concrete mixing tub, and a 4′ level are all required. A tripod and level may be hired, which will come in useful if your land is sloping to maintain fence lines level as you walk down (or up) in various places, as well as safety glasses and sturdy work gloves. Clamp bolts must be tightened using a wrench, but a decent ratchet and socket can save you a lot of time. Feel free to visit their website at Savannah Gate and Fence for more details.

MATERIALS-

Fencing includes all necessary fittings, caps, rails, and so on.

Redi-mix Concrete (bagged)

Nails

Wood fence may be painted or stained.

A few pieces of wood for makeshift bracing.

Chain link, wood, aluminium, plastic, and PVC fence are just a handful of the numerous kinds of fence available today. All of them are fences, yet they have various capacities to do various tasks. A soft plastic roll type fence would not be enough to confine a 150-pound pit bull. Soft plastic roll fencing or chicken wire fencing may be suitable for enclosing your garden. Determine the function of the fence, and you’ll be able to see the many kinds of fencing available. Let’s pretend we’re constructing a fence to protect an in-ground swimming pool. Several kinds of fence will work nicely in this situation. High-strength materials include chain link, steel, wood, and PVC. In most jurisdictions, an in-ground pool requires a 48″ high fence, and when these kinds are compared, they all meet that requirement.

PVC fencing is available in a variety of heights, is robust and durable, and has vertical slats suitable for a pool fence. PVC fence, despite its expensive price, has a long life and needs minimal care other than periodic cleaning. This fence includes locking gates, finials, corner posts, and other ornamental elements that may be added to create a lovely fenced-in area around your pool. How about doing it yourself? This job is doable by most handy homeowners, and with a little time and care, they can produce a beautiful final result.

Wood fence is available in a variety of designs and heights. Because the panels are typically 8′ long, assistance will be required to move them. Wood fence needs concrete support posts and may be trimmed and re-nailed to accommodate unusual forms and obstructions.

Galvanized (grey), black, and green wire colours are available for chain link fence. Types with a plastic coating are also available. Chain link is available in rolls ranging in width from 4′ to 12′. To support the fence and keep it straight and tight, top, middle, and bottom rails may be needed. Heavy gauge wire loop ties secure the fencing to steel upright posts placed in concrete. To bend these knots, you’ll need a specific tool. Before tying the fence, a special instrument called a “come-a-long” is needed to stretch it firmly between the posts.

Wire comes in many gauges (thicknesses), and you get what you pay for. Thin wire has a lower life expectancy than heavy wire. This fence is not inexpensive to purchase or construct, so plan ahead for a long-term investment.