Split post and rail fence consist of two main parts, the divided horizontal rails and the posts that support the rails. Divide rail fencing can use two or three horizontal lanes. The rails are typically 8 to 10 feet in length overall. The ends of the rails end inside the holes of the posts. The poles must be correctly configured on the ground to fully support the horizontal rails. While it may take a bit of practice, establishing the poles of the split rail fence is merely digging a properly measured hole. Dig and fix the two final positions of the first railroad division nearby. In most fence applications, the holes of the posts must be a total depth of 24 inches. Orient the horizontal holes, in the messages, by the lanes in line with the fence direction.
Soak the loose dirt around the fence posts with the blunt end of the rock bar. Check the level message while tamping the ground around the pole. Stretch the bricklayer line between the two end stations. Pull her to tease and tie him to the top of the posts. This will give you a straight line of adjustment for the following messages. Install the lower horizontal rail first on one of the corner posts. Align the fence post with the line of the rope over it. Adjust the center of the next entry at the end of the horizontal rail. Measure the depth of the horizontal rail hole in the post. In most cases, this will be 6 inches. Move the center of the back pole, towards the railroad, for this amount. Mark the ground with the rock bar.
Dig the hole with the back hole diggers to the depth of 24 inches. Set the second position in the hole. Tilt the top of the pole away from the horizontal rail and slide into the pole pit. Install the other lanes in the same way. If the entry hole is too far to make good contact with the horizontal rail, remove the ad and enlarge the hole. The earth filling around the second position, while the horizontal cedar fencing are installed correctly. Leveling the floor stand is filling up around it. Compact loose soil around the pole with the rock bar. Continue in the same way for the establishment of the following subsequent messages. Check local regulations and public services before digging in any area. There may be underground utility lines that must be identified before any removal of the dirt can begin.