Installing the Decorative Metal Fence Panels

Jan 6th

Decorative Metal Fence Panels – Each type of house has a fence design able to offer security and complement the aspect of the surrounding landscape. Decoration styles metal fence range of antiques from wrought iron to ultra-modern. You can opt for ornate scrolls, pickets or stately, elegant simple messages. Installing your own decorative metal fence will save hundreds of dollars in labor, and if you know some tricks, you can finish the job in less than a week.

Metal Garden Fence
Metal Garden Fence

Contact with your local zoning and community owner association office to check construction restrictions, style limitations and mandatory setbacks. Request the permits that are needed before you start building. Call utility companies in your area before starting the excavation to check the locations of gas, water, cable, telephone and other lines that could be buried in your property. Check your platform to make sure you know your property limits.

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Draw your fence design on the graph paper, including the positions of messages, measurements, and landmarks on your property. Mark the fence line in your yard with wooden stakes and rope. This allows you to see what the fence line will look like before installing posts and panels. Make the necessary adjustments at this time. Place the auger for the compressor, then dig the post holes with the auger. Fill the gaps with concrete, then place the fence posts on these concrete bases. Make sure the posts are at the same level. Position fence panels with universal hardware and brackets supplied by the manufacturer. Install end posts and decorative covers or ends at the ends of the fence to support the panels. These also provide a place to install a door.