Installing Privacy Screen for Chain Link Fence

Privacy screen for chain link fence gives a property a physical boundary without disturbing the view. Functional for both children and pets, chain link can be mounted on existing wooden posts. Chain link fences are strong, inexpensive and long lasting. They also require some maintenance when properly installed.

Corner Chain Link Fence Privacy

Corner Chain Link Fence Privacy

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Begin at a corner of the screen for chain link fence. Install strenuous bolts in the corner post pointing in the direction you install the fence. Install one on top of the fence, one in the middle and one about 6 inches above the ground. Install the strainer bolts in the same way on the end corner of the fence row. String the top wire through the looping thread through the eye of the clamping bolt. Wrap the end of the thread around itself several times, tightening it with pliers.

String the thread over each post in the fence row chain link fence. Loosely staple the cable to the posts. At the end corner, drive the thread through the eye of the clamping bolt and wrap it around itself. Pull down with pliers. Pull the tensioning wires by turning the nuts on the clamping bolts. From the top corner, the chain stands up fence to attach the end to the post. Use a staple to attach each end link of the chain-link fence to the top post. Roll the chain link down the fence. Tighten and staple each insert. Staples can be placed on a 4-inch gap between posts.