what's the best way to build a 2-foot-high fence on top of an existing cement-block retaining wall? i was thinking of using joist hangers to connect the 2x4 posts to the wall's face. — e. hal, sierra vista, az
6ft wood fence on a 2.5 foot retaining wall . pixeltreat. scroll to top. tue, 09/23/2014 - 07:23 (reply to #2) #3. dj1. re: 6ft wood fence on a 2.5 foot retaining wall. dj1. 2' anchors are required for a 6' tall wood fence. such a fence is heavy and must withstand even light winds, due to the large surface of the fence.
q: what's the best way to build a 2-foot-high fence on top of an existing cement-block retaining wall? i was thinking of using joist hangers to connect the 2x4 posts to the wall's face.
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i'm currently having a 30" retaining wall built. it will have a 12" by 12" footing, 8" wide concrete block construction. above it i'm going to have built a 6 foot redwood fence. 45 feet long (22.5 ft to the corner then 22.5 ft in other direction) since i'm going to pour new concrete i was considering two ways of fastening the 4x4 posts to the wall, first was using strongtie