"HOW TO" TIPS AND TECHNIQUES FOR FENCING
Do your fence with the advice from a professional.
Money, the main reason to do your fencing yourself. It can look professional with advice. You have to do it in a manner you can afford. Some fences can be started with little overhead and modified as you have time and money and other projects you do small portions as you have the money. We will try to provide you with construction techniques that allow you to install your paddocks and pastures on your terms.
1. Measure the area you want to fence.
2. Draw out a functional design plan to grow old with it, the safest layout for both you and your horses. Planning is always a critical first step.
3. Choose a fence layout and material that will grow with you, allow for adaptations as you expand your dream.
4. The material is always the best or worst decision you will make. We install only a few styles of fences. Not an easy choice in the world of business, but one we made years ago and will not change; for the safety of horses.
5. Contact the manufacture of the style and material of the fence you want ( if brand specific) and ask for recommended installers in your area. Better to have an experienced professional to explain the tips needed to work with a particular product.
" HOW TO VIDEOS" - HORSE FENCING.
"How To" Drill posts for BaycoFinish-Line Fence
Safe way to cut boards putting up a fence.
Using FinishLine Fence to limit movement in a paddock.
Layout prep work is critical for clean straight fence lines.