Horizontal privacy fence, commonly constructed with vertical wooden elements placed close together, blocking the view from neighboring properties and public areas. Depending on the slope of adjacent properties, fence height may be required for adequate privacy. A tall fence requires the same construction techniques as any other wood fence, wood and even higher dimensional poles are used. The project falls within the capabilities of do-it-yourselfers with the basic skills and equipment.
Plan of the location of the horizontal privacy fence. The stakes at the corners of the fence previews. Stretch the string of a carpenter matching share to establish the perimeter fence. Add 2-for-4 inch boards as horizontal supports for the fence. Use tables 8 feet long treated for upper horizontal privacy fence frame. Put the three together between each pole spaced 12 inches above the ground, 42 centimeters above the ground and 72 centimeters above the ground. The Board should be flush with the top of the posts. Set horizontal structural poles together with 3-inch galvanized screws.
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Set tables near vertical to horizontal privacy fence frames. Use 8-foot fence boards or 8-foot 1 by 6 inches of treated wood. Start in a corner and put the side boards with 2-inch galvanized screws aside.