Use a steel wire to stabilize a leaning post and prevent further damage to your fence.
Tips and Tricks to Build a Treated Wood Fence By Matt Weber Privacy fences not only limit how much of your property other people can see, they also limit how much you can see outside your property. These were both important features to Jay and Jennifer, who moved into their new home only […]
A fence can add a lot to a landscape. A fence can divide property lines, boost home equity, add to the outdoor décor and safely contain animals. When it comes to constructing a fence, you have a lot of options to consider for materials and design. Fence materials range from metal and […]
Metal brackets make everything square again.
Protect and beautify your outdoor wood—fast. By Matt Weber
By Larry Walton Careful planning pays off in a fence that looks good for years to come.
Fences are game-changers—for both homeowners and their neighbors. Here’s an alternative to the traditional wooden fence.
I love fences—good ones, anyway.
I’m building a double-door fence gate. How do I construct it so it doesn’t sag? First, use the biggest, beefiest hinge hardware you can find. Second, build the gate doors with ample bracing. For large doors, skip the “Z” shaped bracing in favor of a “double Z” for each door. In other words, each door should utilize three 2-by-4 cross […]
A Guide to Building Your Own Wood Fence. This fence features PT lumber framing with fence boards made from Cypress.
Giving One Away Each Week 1 TOOL + 10 CONFIGURATIONS + 1,100 lbs. BENDING FORCE = The Hardwood Wrench™ is the “Original” patented self-locking deck board straightening tool. Used to hold deck boards straight while hidden deck fasteners are installed, its cam locks into place, transferring a pushing force of around 1,100 lbs. A true “one-man, one-handed installation!” […]