Building Black Vinyl Chain Link Fence
Building a black vinyl chain link fence is a great way to define the boundaries of your farm and even keep annoying rodents away from your landscaping. Properly installed, a chain link fence will last for years and look good with little maintenance.
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Before you begin your project, map out the area you want to vinyl chain link fence. It is important to contact your local power company to prevent mishaps with any cables or wires that can be buried. Also, be careful not to interfere with the neighbor’s property. Take wooden piles to mark out your fence. Run a strict line between the stakes. Now measure how many post holes you need to dig, usually about 6 feet apart.
Get your Materials
Then go to your local home construction store and tell the yardman that you need the fence and all its components. You will also need a post whole digger, wheelbarrow, shovel and several bags with fast dry cement. Don’t forget to have a good spirit level at hand. Once you have found where you want your vinyl chain link fence posts to be, dig a hole about 12 inches deep for each pole. When all holes are dug, it is time to set up posts. In your wheelbarrow mix a 60 pound bag of concrete, fill the hole half full and place your post. Use your level while placing your post to keep that level until the concrete hardens to the point of releasing the post. Repeat until all posts are in place.