HOW TO TIPS AND TECHNIQUES FOR FENCING
I often hear from customers and do-yourselfers how confusing it is to choose the correct fence for their needs. The biggest complaints, safety and maintenance. The biggest obstacle, MONEY. Do it in stages, see if the fence you buy is what truly works for you're situation. Reduce the overall cost in two ways. Spread the financial burden over time, and test the fence you chose to serve your needs for a long time.
1. Measure the area you want to fence.
2. Draw out a functional design - plan to grow old with it, what is the safest method of layout. Planning is always a critical first step.
3. Choose a fence type that will accommodate all the critters you plan on having over the years.
4. Gain "how to" knowledge on the internet before you start. Get advice from the Manufacture of the product. LOOK at fences that have been up more than 5 years before investing in the 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.