Deer can be a real problem in a yard or garden. If deer are still eating your plants despite using repellents and deer-resistant plants, you may want to consider a deer-proof fence to keep them out. There are many types of fencing available, and several different ways to install it effectively. Read on to find out what you need to know to install a deer fence in your yard.
Setting a wooden post in concrete makes it more stable and secure, but as the wood shrinks over time, it can cause the post to become loose. To prevent this from happening, drive several large, rust resistant nails in all four sides of the post at different angles. Watch this video to find out more.
If you keep your dog in a fenced in backyard, chances are that he’ll try to dig his way to freedom. Dogs often dig under a gate, since there’s has a gap under it to allow the gate to swing open. Watch this video to find out how to prevent your dog from digging under a gate.
Laying out and installing posts for a fence in your yard is not that difficult if you take the time to make sure everything is straight and level. Watch this video to find out how to set the fence post for a wooden picket fence in your yard.
When installing a wooden picket fence using preassembled fence panels run a string from the top of each fence post to use to level and align the fence panels. Next, position each fence panel on the posts, leaving approximately 2” of space between the bottom of the pickets and the ground. Watch this video to find out more.
The first step in attaching preassembled fence panels to fence posts make sure the panels are positioned at the proper height on the posts so the fence rails or stringers align with the posts and the fence is level and straight. Watch this video to find out more.