Who’da Guessed You Could Make Picture Frames From Old Fence Panels

Posted on December 2, 2017 By

Rework aged picket fencing panels into beautiful photo structures for a nation, French country or simply rustic design room. Old wooden pickets have a particular appeal with all the rough texture of theirs plus sometimes peeling paint. Even whenever shabby chic decorating read more

When Noise Pollution Rears It Head Hit Back With An Acoustic Fence

Posted on October 16, 2017 By

Have you actually recognized it hard to exist indoors due to the sound coming inside from the external atmosphere or perhaps activities? If possibly you’re the target of any type of good pollution, then you want a great treatment that will help you in reducing this read more

The Easy Way to Remove Wooden Fence Posts Set in Concrete (No Digging Required!)

Posted on March 31, 2017 By

This is gonna be an instructional video on how to remove a fence post that is in concrete. So, this fence post here is in about two feet of concrete. And, I want to remove it, but I don’t want to spend thirty minutes to an hour digging two feet deep to get this out and read more

Fencing Repair – Rolled Bamboo is Cure for the Block Wall Blues

Posted on March 26, 2017 By

Hi again! This is Laura for Cali Bamboo. Do you suffer from the block wall blues? Maybe you have a chain link or a wooden fence that needs a little help. Or perhaps you would just like a little privacy from your neighbors next door. Today we’re going to show you a quick read more

How to Set a Fence Post. FAST!

Posted on March 21, 2017 By

Speaker 1: So there you go, post in the ground as solid as a rock. [background noise] S1: [laughter] That was unexpected. [music] S1: Man! The light is [00:24] ____. Good day knuckleheads, Uncle Knacker’s here and welcome to Video 10, the final in my series title ‘My read more

Cost to Build a Chain Link Fence

Posted on March 11, 2017 By

Do you want to build a chain link fence on your property and wonder how much it costs? This quick video from diyornot compares the cost of doing it yourself with hiring a pro. A contractor will charge $1,236 to build a 4- foot high, 100-foot long chain link fence. You can read more

How to Build Seating Walls and Posts on Soil

Posted on March 2, 2017 By

Installing on Soil for building a base see how-to sheet numbers one twenty and two twenty. When installing Courtyards walls you can build on existing patios or pavement as well as on soil. The following example shows you how to install a wall and a post on a flat grass covered read more