Modern wood fence adds an element of western or rustic style to many home and properties. Wooden fences, which are placed either vertically or horizontally fenced railroad division, is an option for those who want to fix their yards or as a way to keep animals in. Several contractors can be hired locally in your area who can build the fence for you. You can build a satisfactory wooden fence on your own. Measure the length of your fence on your property with the tape measure. If your fence will enclose an area such as backyard, you need to measure the length of each wall. Write down your measurements. Decide what type of wooden fence you would like, either vertical or horizontal railing. For vertical rails: measure the width of a lane and calculate how many lanes you need to complete each wall.
Horizontal lanes simply run along the fence that has been measured. Hammer stakes in the ground along the best wood fence line measured to mark the positions of each fence post. Tie a nylon rope between the first and last game to ensure your fence runs straight. Dig each pole hole at least 2 feet deep, eliminating bets as you work along the line. Mix the quick concrete according to the package instructions. Fill each hole with two concrete shovels and place each vertical pole in each hole. Straighten the message in the hole, check its leveling on the top with one level, and fill the rest of the hole with fill earth. Allow the concrete and the floor to settle, which may take a day or two. Wiggle each post after a couple of days to check to make sure each position is stable.
Hammer the top horizontal bar on top of the posts in a fencing section. Make sure your level. If you are building vertical modern wood fence rails, nail a lower rail on one foot of the ground in the same section. If you are building horizontal fences, keep hammering lanes, one below the other, in each section. Space each lane anywhere from 5 to 12 inches, depending on how many yards you want visible from outside the fence. Hammer rails vertically on the horizontal rails between the posts. These rails act as support beams and anchor points for the vertical rails. Again, the space of separation of the lanes according to the amount of yards you want to reveal.