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January 2, 2019 Fence

Installing RV Dog Fence

RV dog fence is a classic privacy fence style that can be changed to suit function and desires. For complete privacy, construct with any space between pickets, or allow the wind to blow through allowing some space. No matter which option you choose, a dog ear fence provides a convenient fence option that does not compromise on appearance.

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Instructions

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Preparation

Obtain the necessary building permits from the local city authorities. Call 811 and inform them of the RV dog fence you are building. A representative will come out and mark all the metro lines, pipes and cables, so that you do not hit them during installation. Make an overview of the fence with the help of gardening and Mason is strict. Adjust the garden stakes until the Mason string is straight. This string line will guide you to keep the fence straight. Measure and mark every 8 feet along a string line with spray paint. These marked places will be places for fence posts.

Posts

Dig a 2 1/2 foot deep hole at each of the spray paint marks, using a screw. These will be holes for fence posts. Place a small amount of gravel in the bottom of each of the post holes. Pack the gravel down with the back of the bucket to form a 6-inch layer of gravel in each hole. This makes it possible for water to drain and not the pool during fence posts. Place an RV dog fence post in an insert hole vertically. Cut a 2-by-4-inch board in the middle. Nail a piece of the board to each side of the fence post, at an angle, to keep the post straight. Hammer the ends of the discs lightly into the ground for increased safety. Mix a batch of quick-drying concrete following the instructions carefully. Pour the concrete around the fence posts. Easily tap the concrete with the back of the shovel to remove air bubbles. Mix more concrete needs.

Installation

Measure and mark down one foot from the top of each fence post. Mark another spot on each fence post two feet below the first mark. These will be places for fence stringers. Place an 8 foot 2-by-4-inch board over two of the fence posts. Align the card with the first marks made on the posts. Hold the board level, and then screw the posts to the marked location. Repeat this process to install the entire top row of stringers. Installing a second row of stringers on other markings is done on each fence post. Install this line using the same method as in the previous step. Keep the discs level during installation. Hold a one-of-six-inch dog ear fence aboard over both rows of stringers. Adjust the fence card so that it sits tightly against a fence post, and the top of the post is also with the upper part of the fence card.

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