Add a free standing outdoor fence to your garden landscape as an attractive and inexpensive way to provide architectural interest, a support structure for plants, or to define the boundary of an outdoor room. Even if you do not consider yourself handy, you can build and install a single 8-foot fence panel in a couple of hours, using common tools and using some prefabricated fence materials from your local home improvement store.
Select the location of your fence. One of the wood efforts in the ground to mark the location of the first concrete pier block. Measure 8 feet away and mark the place by running the other wooden game in the ground. Tie one end of the string to the first game, pull the string tight and tie it to the other pole. This represents the panel fence and helps you find the panel exactly where you want it in the landscape. Digs a square hole to receive a concrete pier block where each of the wood wings is located. The holes should be 13 by 13 inches square and 12 inches deep. Make sure the ground at the bottom of the hole is firm and reasonable level.
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Insert a pier block into each of the holes. Measure from the center of the metal bracket on the first block to the center of the metal bracket on the second block. Adjust the position of the mill blocks until the measurement at the center between the brackets is 8 feet. Shoots 4-by-4-inch in half to do two 5-foot fence rails. Lay these positions on a stable and flat surface, such as a terrace or driveway.