Fencing

What is better vinyl or composite fencing?

Composite fencing, meanwhile, is a dense board which makes it durable and less susceptible to damage such as cracking or chipping. While both fences are low maintenance, vinyl fencing can have mold form on it and will fade after years in the

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How far apart should fence posts be?

Typically, fence posts are spaced between six and eight feet apart. The corner posts are set first. To align all of the posts in between, stretch a line from each corner post to work as your guide. Mark the exact position where you'd like each post hole dug.

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Fencing

How do I calculate how much fencing I need?

To determine how much railing material you need, take your fence length and multiply that by the number of rails required. For example, if you're installing a 100-foot fence that is 4 feet high, you need 200 linear feet of railing.

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How much is labor for fence installation?

On average, fence installation costs between $13 and $25 per linear foot with most homeowners spending between $1,580 and $3,418 depending on the type of fencing materials selected. A typical privacy fence costs about $2,711 to install, with materials alone making up around 70% of your total price.

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Should you use concrete for fence posts?

Setting Fence Posts in Concrete Concrete is the most secure material for setting fence posts, especially if you have sandy soil. Gravel may be okay with dense, clay-heavy soil, but in looser soil, concrete is the only thing that will truly keep your fence posts stuck in place.

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Is staining a fence worth it?

A well built fence should last 20 years. Staining it could add another 5 years of life to the fence but only if annual maintenance, cleaning and re-staining practices are upheld. Our fence builder told us that staining your fence is the way to make the highest maintenance fence you...

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