safe, efficient removal of existing fence and related materials. posts and concrete base will be removed up to 8' l spacing . available for wood, vinyl, and cyclone fencing up to 6' height. hrs safe, efficient removal of existing fence and related materials. posts and concrete base will be removed up to 8' l spacing .
cut the lattice into pieces with a reciprocating saw if you are having trouble removing it. this will make it easier. you can also use a small carpenters cat's paw, which will help pry off small nails. if the old lattice is stapled, find a screwdriver with a blade just wide enough to fit onto the
this type of installation is most commonly used when installing lattice under a deck. you can use staples, stainless steel screws or even nails to fasten the lattice sheet to the frame or structure. you can attach the lattice on the back side of the structure so the edges are hidden or you can attach the lattice on the front side of the structure revealing the edges.
two guys custom cut and install 31-feet of vinyl porch railings using a portable saber saw with a 10-inch blade, drill and bits for square screw heads. skip navigation sign in
1. make a plan. before you learn how to install vinyl railing, youll need to do some prep work. your first step should be measuring the perimeter of the space youre enclosing. be careful and precise, because if you make a mistake here, you could ruin both the railing and your deck or patio.
use a 5/8' to 1' drill bit, if 1/2' steel rebar is to be used. drill clear through the concrete on shallow pads. if you drill entirely through the concrete, plug the bottom with a wadded piece of plastic bag or other object to prepare for filling the hole with liquid hydraulic cement. drill the holes carefully to keep them vertical.
to further add your own unique touch, you can even purchase post caps from most vinyl fencing manufactures. attaching your vinyl porch fence to your home. to attach your vinyl porch fence to your home and to a concrete patio, you will need to use a concrete anchor to attach a solid pipe to the patio. you can then slip the rail that butts up against your home over the pipe. using a wall mount, you can then attach the entire assembly to your home. if you are adding your vinyl porch fence onto
check all local building and community codes to make sure your vinyl fence is approved. step 2 - gate assembly first assemble your gates determining where you will locate them. step 3 stake it out mark you fence post locations as well as the line where you wish to install.
install a fence costs for your project in zip code 98104 with these options, the cost to install a fence starts at $20.33-$33.20 per linear foot. your actual price will depend on job size, conditions, finish options you choose.
step 1: fence layout. before you can set the first plastic fence post, you should take the time to lay out the fence line. drive stakes in the ground at the corners, and stretch a line of string between the stakes. mark where the posts will go by spraying a dot of marking paint at 10-foot intervals.
hrs rails, panels, posts, and concrete base at up to 8' spacing will be detached and excavated, and materials removed from premises. available for wood, vinyl, and cyclone fencing up to 6' height. for your project in zip code 98104 with these options, the cost to install a vinyl fence starts at $28.65-$42.31 per linear foot.
put together the bolt with its securing nut on top of each hole. set the steel post into the base plate. drill the bolts through the base plate into the holes. put the porch rail skirt on the post, and wrap the vinyl outer post around it. install the next support post, and attach the base rail for the balusters.
tape measures and strings are the main tools needed to lay out a fence. justin and andy show how to establish a square corner and mark the ground for fence posts. episode 2: dig and prepare the post holes digging holes is easier with the right tools. with andy on the digging bar and justin wielding the shovel, we quickly get to the bottom of things.
the process to install a plastic fence post is really not much different than installing a wooden or metal post. you need to lay out the fence line and where the posts will go, dig the holes, and put the posts in place.
freedom outdoor living crafts decorative and functional aluminum and vinyl fencing, aluminum rail, and lattices to enhance the beauty and security of your yard.