Chain link fence panels are useful to create a barrier around your garden, but have a hard look and cannot afford much privacy. Adding wood fence panels to the existing chain link gives the area’s curb appeal and further privacy. The process is faster than installing a new fence because you do not need to dig new post holes and use the link chain for support.
Power washes the chain link fence panels to remove all debris and dirt from the surface. Pay close attention to the fence posts and top rail. Measure the height of each fence post on the chain link fence. Cut wood furring strips to these heights. Attach furring strips in the middle of each post with waterproof polyurethane adhesives suitable for outdoor use.
Measure between the fence posts along the upper rail chain link fence panels. Cut additional wood furring strips to these lengths and attach with polyurethane adhesive that bonds different materials together tightly. First row wooden fence panel up with furring strips along the first post of the chain link fence. Drive a nail through the fence panel to furring strips. Applying nails vertically along the fence post to amount to one every 6 inches. Hammer nails through horizontally, along the fence panel and the furring strips along the chain link fence top rail. Continue to line up the fence panels and nailing furring strips to the fence is complete.