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In this video we look at how to build a wooden privacy fence that my wife and I built for our new investment property. house walk through: https://youtu.be/g-Dgrkn2jqE Nikki's instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nikki_ingram75/ My instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ianmingram/?hl=en Our business http://yourhomesold2day.com/
The Home Mender, Dustin Luby, shows us how to build and install a new gate for a privacy fence. Keep out those pesky neighborhood kids! Easy! Click the links below to see inside "Dustin's Toolbox" You can do it! Home Mender. gate hinges https://goo.gl/WPRXtY fence pickets https://goo.gl/C2j2JE fencing kit https://goo.gl/HstQcf DISCLAIMER: This description contains affiliate links that help support the channel and if you click on a product link, The Home Mender channel receives a small commission. Actually, if you buy anything that day, we do. It allows us to continue to make new videos like this one. I personally choose all of these links to help build confidence in and to educate my audience. Thank you ALL so much for your support! Let's get to it!
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I decided to use expanding foam instead of concrete to install a new fence in my backyard. There's a few tips in this video that will help you out! Some things used in this video... Sika Post Fix - https://amzn.to/2HQ8R1X or 2-part Secure Set - https://amzn.to/2KbpMgo Milwaukee Drill - https://amzn.to/2IaJzf0 Olfa knife - https://amzn.to/2IRwjR7 Nitrile gloves - https://amzn.to/2kFq8Bc This video was filmed in August of 2016 and the fence has not moved an inch. Rock solid! Keep the lovely comments rolling in!
I'm using the cool South Carolina "winter" to finish the wooden fence around my backyard. In this edition I install about 70 feet of fence line, sans the gate. I will probably dedicate a whole future Memphis Monday video to installing at least one of the gates. The fence we build today is scratch built using deck 4x4's, two 6x6's, 180 5/8x5 1/2x6' fence pickets, 24 2x4's, and finally well over 2000 hot dipped ring shank nails. Previously I had used pre-assembled fence panels, but I wasn't totally satisfied. Here's why: 1. The pre-assembled fence panels are bulky, heavy, and nearly impossible to move into place alone. I've done it many times, but it requires jigs and rigging invested for no real advantage. In short, you can nail the pickets into place about as fast, with much less effort. 2. The stringers in the prefab panels is only 2 inches wide, which results in sagging of those horizontal parts. I upgraded to select 2x4's. 3. The pickets on the prefab panels are spaced at 4 1/4 inches, which puts the panel count at 20, and leaves only about 1/2 inch nailing room on each side of the top boards. I reduced the spacing to between 2 and 3 inches, which both increased the board count per panel, and provided a stronger nailing edge on the top boards.
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http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/fences/index.html click on this link for more information about wood fence construction and home repairs. Watch this video to learn reasons why wood fence posts rot and fall apart. Moisture and water seems to be wood's worst enemy and let's face it in nature it's part of the decomposition process, so there isn't much we can do about it. However, if you understand what causes the wood post to rot, I'm pretty sure you can figure out a few ways to reduce these problems and extend the life of your fence. In other words, extend the life of your wood fence posts and save money in the future by reducing your future home repair bills. If this sounds good and you're looking for some more interesting tips and ideas, visit our websites today area