Lattice privacy fence – To install it, starting with make a scheme of the area where you want to install the fence. Keeping the lines as straight as possible. Insert a flag that marks every 8 feet along the fence line to designate the post locations. Score 2 the soil next to each mark with the tip of a shovel to mark the place where you have to dig. Remove the flag and use a post hole excavator to make a hole 3 feet deep in the ground. Although you can dig holes a little smaller, a hole that measures 1/3 of the length of the messages is firmly anchored in the ground. Repeat this procedure for each indicator along the fence line.
Hammer the base and sides of each hole with a scrap length of 2 by 4 to steady the ground. Prepare the concrete in a 5-gallon bucket according to label instructions. Pour 5 to 6 inches of concrete over the base of a corner hole and soften its top with a trowel. Stand a post vertically in the hole and put a carpenter’s level on your side. Adjust the alignment of the post until the plumb level reads, indicating that the message is vertical. Nail two 4 feet long 2 by 4s diagonally to the entrance. One on each side, prepare for the ground until the concrete has set, or harden thoroughly. Insert the nail it to a stake in the ground or the lower end of each diagonal brace into the ground.
Pour the concrete around the pole until the hole fills up to 2 inches below the ground line. Continue the installation and the brace messages this way through all the holes. Remove the diagonals when the concrete has cured. It will foul in the gaps between the concrete and the floor line. Measure the space between two adjacent posts along the privacy lattice line. And then cut two identical pieces of 2-by-4 wood for this measurement. Measure 4 inches from the top of each pole and the ground line, and mark the two points on a pole. Place the ends of a 2-by-4 at the top marks between two adjacent posts and secure it with two 16d nails. Repeat the process to set the other wood length identical to the lower notes on the posts.
Between the ends of the two horizontal rails you just installed, please measure the vertical space. Cut two pieces of 2-by-4 to this measurement. Hold each length vertically along the inside edge of a post and secure it in place with 16d nails. Repeat this process of forming frames for the network panels along the fence line. Cut out the network panels so that they fit into the frames. Keeps a panel on the frame, with an assistant holding your other side. Hammer a row of 10d nails, spaced 4 inches apart, on each edge of the net to attach it to the frame. And your privacy lattice panels were done.