this way, when an animal leaning against the wires tests the fence, the pressure is placed primarily on the fence posts, not the staples. no matter what staples you use, a small handful of metal will never be stronger than a massive wooden post. having your fence posts on the outside will decrease sagging and future maintenance.
hardware cloth screws and washers are the way to go. i think mine are 3/4' or 1' screws, really don't remember. click on pic for close up chicken wire staples, small ones work better, like the ones pictured. bent over nails will work also.
if you are confident in the strength of the concrete, then we would urge you to select one of our high quality fence post anchors that is designed for mounting posts to concrete. once you have your fence materials, you will need to snap a chalk line on your pad so that you can keep your fence posts strht and inline.
attaching fence post to side of house vs anchoring to concrete? so, we just finished putting up the posts for our privacy fence; however, the final post, the one that is supposed to go right next to the house, can't be sunk in the ground since my foundation is in the way for several feet.
tip: when setting posts for the gate s , allow sufficient space for hardware installation. setting fence posts cont. once the post concrete has dried, install the horizontal rails, also known as stringers. typically youll need one for each 2' of post height. attach them to the posts following the ground contour.
fence boards. for calculating materials, each panel takes 18 full slats and one ripper. rip cuts are much easier and faster on a table saw. with nineteen full boards and one ripper filling an 8-foot panel, it helps to have a table saw on site to save time and improve quality on the rip cut.
fixing fence post to a wall for gate support? discussion in 'builders' talk' started by stevemj, i want to fix a 100 mm gate post to a wall for fix a new gate to and to make up the gap from 900 mm gate to 1000 mm space. what to fix gate to wall, i have some meaty 200 mm x 100 mm coach screws that would seem to do - what plug in the wall?
this is a perfect solution when you want to put the fence on top of a concrete wall. 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.
this video shows how concrete fence posts and concrete panels are made. thompsons fencing allows us to set how the molds are prepared and poured using their unique mix of extra strength concrete
to help make sure the post stays upright, tighten the bottom two bolts of the fence repair spur first. as you tighten the bolts, use a spirit level to check that the post is strht.
welcome to 'wooden gate makers', this short video will show you how to secure your timber posts to your house or walls using our special anchor bolts how to fasten wood to concrete with
securing a wooden end post to a wall. if the fence adjoins a masonry wall, the first post needs to be attached to the wall using three expanding masonry bolts. use a washer to prevent the wood being crushed at the surface. as with all posts, use a spirit level to check that the post is in a horizontal position before securing.
titan post base would work, but i'd be leery of working solidly on a 6' post. for $20, try it first. if a no go, then i'd weld a larger steel plate to a 6' tall piece of flat stock and kerf the wood post to accept the flat stock.
after hammering in the fasteners to all holes of the post, place the bolt of the concrete anchor onto the fastener and tighten it down. 'how to anchor wrought iron fence posts to concrete
re: best way to fasten rail between post? n.schiffer, like mac i was envisioning something completely different. looks good, i have never seen a fence other than a split rail done like that.
with outdoor essentials pressure-treated wood fencing, use hot-dipped galvanized, stainless steel, polymer-coated, silicon bronze or copper fasteners. these fasteners vary in price and durability, so choose the one best suited to your application.
if you're looking for low-maintenance fencing, vinyl may be the best choice for your project. because vinyl fencing is made with its color all the way through the vinyl, there is never a reason to paint the fence. installing a vinyl fence generally requires attaching posts to cement footings. occasionally it may
fence staples, or u-nails as they are also called, are used to attach the wire fence to wooden posts. below are general guidelines to driving staples by specific fence type. i.
t-posts. grasp the left side of the clip curl with fence pliers. pull the clip around the t-post and fasten the curved end to the left top horizontal bar of fencing. place the jaws of the fence tool around the clip on each side and squeeze the tip of each end tightly closed to the section around the post.
how to fasten a fence to a t bar post. step 5 bend the other side of the t-post clip, without a looped end, by sliding the open end of the t-post clip bender tool onto the t-post clip and bending it one full turn around the fence wire. this end is not as long as the looped end of the wire so one turn installs it.
step 2. align a square with a pencil mark that indicates the position of a post. use the square and a pencil to d a perpendicular line that indicates the inner, adjacent face of the post. use the pencil and square to create a perpendicular layout line for each of the fence's posts.
yes a 10 mm coach screw. was thinking of using these plus a big wall plug. or expanding wall bolts and counter bore into the post to allow a 'reasonable' amount into the wall's brickwork. the thunder bolts will cost more than the post and i have no experience of this type of technology. hoping to do this post fixing one evening this week.
on corner, end and gate posts, the rebar should go all the way near the top, just below the top routed hole on most styles of fence. test the post fit by inserting the rebar into the drilled holes and sliding the post over all four pieces. see if the post can be plumbed on all sides using a level.
the one post will be secured to a low brick wall and 2 ft of the post will be in a hole held in by post concrete mix. so one side of post will be fastened to the wall. i need to know what sort of fastener should be used baring in mind the fastener will be exposed above the cement mix.
attaching a fence post to a wall. 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.