How To Build Free Standing Outdoor Fence – A detached fence to add to your garden landscape as an attractive to define the boundary of an outdoor. Select the location of your fence. Pound one of the wooden poles in the ground to mark the location of the first block of the concrete pier. Measuring 9 feet away and mark that spot by driving the second wooden stake into the ground. Tying one end of the string to which the first bet, pull the rope tight and link it to the second bet.
Next steps to build free standing outdoor fence. Dig a square whole for receiving a block of concrete pier where is each of the wooden poles. The holes must be 14 by 14 inches square and 13 inches deep. Insert a pier block in 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 location of the pier blocks until the measurement at the center between the brackets is 9 feet. The 4 by 4 inch wood cut in half to two 5-foot fence posts. Put these items on a firm, flat surface such as a patio or driveway. Place them 9 legs apart and parallel to each other. Measuring less than 6 inches from the top of each post, and a brand.
Next steps to build free standing outdoor fence. Place the panel of the prefabricated fence on top of the two fence posts with the finished side of the panel to the top. Aligns the top edge of the upper gate stringer with the mark you made on each post. Aligning at the same time, the outer edges of the upper and lower longitudinal members with the outer edges of the fence posts. Two holes two inches apart near the center of the top and bottom stringers where they overlap the left fence post. Install a galvanized Phillips head screw in each of these four holes. Repeat this process for the right side of the fence. Install this panel completed fence by inserting the bottom of each fence post in the metal hooks on the concrete pier blocks. Adjust the position of the blocks from the pier, where necessary, to the center of the post in the metal bracket. A galvanized screw in each of the per-drilled holes on the metal bracket in order to drive the fence post to block the concrete pier. Paint or wood stain applied to the panel fence and fence posts, if desired. Back fill the holes around the concrete pier blocks with soil.