how to connect wood fencing to a brick wall. it's fairly easy to attach fence to a wall made of brick by using common hardware found at any home supply store. attaching a hanging planter
cinder block is a difficult medium to attach anything significant to; its porous, baked-hard surface that tends to break away when drilled. one fastener for the job is an epoxy bolt, manufactured for use in cement and with epoxy glue.
install a vertical garden on the fence, or build a vertical garden frame to attach to the fence. one easy way to install a diy vertical garden rather than purchasing a pre-made growing wall is to attach colorful flowerpots to your fence by screwing flowerpot holders onto the fence boards.
how to attach a wooden privacy fence to a cinder block wall . aug 31, 2011 . having a cinder block wall adjacent to your yard can provide you with a less-than-ideal view. while you probably can't tear down the wall, you can at least hide it by..
building a diy sound blocking fence with audioseal sound blankets . if there is an existing wooden or chain link fence, you can install exterior grade absorber-barrier blankets to block your backyard noise. the combination sound blankets have a barrier backing and an absorptive face to provide sound absorption as well block sound. to fit the requirements of your specific application, we can custom manufacture these blankets.
as for the area between the fence and the retaining wall, you could attach a run of 4x2 or 6x2 along the fence line to form a beam for which you sleeve-it system - geogrid the sleeve-it system is a patented, code compliant, fence-post anchoring
attaching a wooden board to concrete is a project that many amateur builders dread. in reality, however, the project is surprisingly simple. it doesn't require concrete anchor bolts or other or any other finicky equipment; according to askthebuilder.com, you can complete the job with only a masonry drill, some nails and a hammer.
measure and mark where you will attach the wood to the masonry. step 2 - hammer the nails. hammer the nails into the wood until the point barely protrudes. use a heavy hammer, up to four pounds, for the job. for an alternative with extra adhesion, apply a thin bead of glue on the surface of the wood that will be against the masonry.
hanging a wooden gate to a stucco wall. if you have a pathway hugging the side of the house as it goes into the backyard, the best place for a gate to restrict access to it may be on the side of the house itself. if the siding is wood, that's a strhtforward job, but it's slightly more daunting if the material is stucco.
60. creative fence wall. when you dont have space for a garden, use your fence. this creative fence wall incorporates wood, steel and greens for an attention-grabbing and marvellous garden wall.