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Inovative Woodworking Project Plans
You do not have to be a professional builder to build an amazing patio, deck, picnic table, small building, or revitalize your home with a sleek new design, look, and feel. In fact, you do not even have to know anything about woodworking or...
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Easy garden fence
Here is how to build an easy DIY garden fencing project that you can knock up in a weekend. The design uses posts and panels with a choice of toppers for the finishing touch. Underneath this great-looking fence are the steel posts that once...
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Fence
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Fence Gate
Here are some free fence gate plans. Eventually, even the most well made fence gate will break down, fall apart, sag, etc. If this is the case with yours, maybe it is time for a replacement.
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Fence Gate
In this project the measurements are given in both metric (mm) and imperial (inches). The metric dimensions are written first followed by the imperial dimensions in brackets. This project is a very basic 1800mm (6ft) high fence gate. It is an...
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Fence Gate
In the best of all possible worlds, every construction project would be done within perfectly square spaces where things line up well. But the fact is that all too often they just do not- and this is particularly true when building fences, gates,...
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Fence Gate Construction
Posts are set directly into the box and fastened with bolts or lag screws. By using these post supports you can eliminate post-hole digging and concreting. Another popular form of post base is a 4x4 inch (102mm x 102mm) metal saddle which can be...
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Fence Posts and Rails
There are two common basic methods of constructing rails for board fencing, the easiest method is to have the rails on the front of the posts then fitting the boarding along the whole length. The alternative method is to fit the rails between the...
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Fence Sections
The most popular fence types are picket, alternate board, solid board, louver, and basket weave. Building any of these fences is a three-step process: install the posts, install the rails, and screw on the fencing. Intervals of 4,6, and 8 feet...
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Fence tops
Alternative fence tops for your next fencing project
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Fence Trellis
You built the fence yourself a few years ago (or more) and, because of your hard work and careful construction, it's standing the test of time: all the boards are intact and the posts haven't shifted at all. (Thank goodness you decided to dig down...
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