Free standing fence – A warm summer evening, a pitcher of sangria, some soft music and the neighbor’s children see you through the fence. Think of all the times and all the places you have been when you wished you could have just a little privacy, not a soundproof room but a little “lonely” space. It would be good to have a portable, standalone privacy fence. That you can throw up in a moment’s notice to give you some protection from prying eyes. Things you need: One-by-one inch timber or lath Brass wood screws, 2 1/2 inches6 or 8 hinges, depending on plan. Also saw, measuring tape, wood glue and screw driver or electric drill and also paint or bets.
To build free standing outdoor privacy screens fence, starting with determine how much privacy you need. And draw a picture of the ideal fence. Consider building your privacy fence in panels that you can merge with hinges, evolve easily and store flat. Three or four panels 2 out of 4 feet each will be just right. To build a panel, cut pieces of one by 1 inches, 4 feet in length, to make 24 4-meter pieces. Lay they on a flat surface, side by side so that their long sides touch and they make a “panel” about 24 inches wide. Measure the exact width of your 1-by-1 “panel.” Mark and cut two pieces of one through one to extend across the entire width of the 24-bit panel (it should be about two feet wide).
Run a string of wood glue on the flat side of a 2-foot piece. Gently lay it over the bottom of the “panel,” not to disturb the 24 pieces. Repeat the process with the second two-foot length of one with one, and place it over the top of the “panel.” Let the glue dry. Turn the panel over when the glue has dried. And repeat the process with two more 2-foot lengths of one with one, gluing one to the top and one to the lower edges of the panel. You can choose to add a 2-foot piece on both sides over the center of the panel for added strength. Use an electric drill or screwdriver to drive a wood screw through all three layers of one with one at the top and bottom of each long piece in the panel.
Build two or three panels, according to your plans. Set the panels side by side against a wall or other flat surface. And decide how to attach the hinges you need to install them. So that the panels will add a neat stack. So pay attention to the direction each hinge opens and closes. Attach one edge of a hinge at the top and at the bottom of two panels, where three layers meet. Reverse the hinges for the next two panels. Color or bets your privacy free standing fence diy or use wood preservatives to prevent the bias.