Cost 8 foot fence picket can vary greatly depending on several factors: Obviously. The size of the area to be fence is the single largest factor. That determines the cost of installing a fence (all other factors being equal). Most wooden fences are install in 8 parts of the foot so that measuring. The circumference of the property using a tape measure tape or surveyor wheel and dividing it by 8. Skip the distance to get a rough estimate or for the fence. That has an existing fence post and measure 1-panel length. The height of the fence will also have a major impact on costs. Most of the privacy fences on the outskirts of the city are six-foot tall wooden fences in one of many styles. The eight-foot and ten-foot height is also an option to add security. For blurring the eyesight or for voice control purposes.
The second largest factor in the cost of wood fences is the material chosen. Homeowners usually use 4×4 poles that are pressurize or galvanize steel poles. 4×4 poles that are pressure for fencing, and pine or cedar for picket. There are many choices – usually at an additional cost – to change the aesthetic appearance of the fence including increasing. The level of wood and the application of coloring or coating to beautify and protect the wood for a longer lifespan. When installing 8-foot fence picket a new one, do not overlook the cost of site preparation and digging a fence post. Existing growth or trees in the fence line may need to be remove to make room for the fence. Rocky soil conditions may make it difficult to dig fence posts and sandy or swampy soil conditions. May require additional earthwork to ensure the footing will hold the fence posts safely without leaning back.
Installation on grade or other difficult terrains will also add to costs. Replacing existing fences presents another challenge, in many cases, it is advantageous to reuse existing fence post holes which means current posts must be removed. Wood Peg Pullers make it easy to remove fence posts by any lifting method. Even damage and rotten poles are place on concrete footings or in difficult clay. The general rule for estimating the cost of many home improvement projects is to calculate the cost of materials and multiply them to determine the total cost of the project when using contractors. For most fence projects, this method will overestimate project costs by 10-20% so that it can be use as a conservative estimate.