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Part 3 in a 3-part series on installing a vinyl privacy fence Other episodes: Episode 1 – How to measure and.
This video shows you how a vinyl privacy fence panel is assembled. For more product information on vinyl.
Vinyl panel fences are very durable, require very little maintenance, won't rot, and they never need painting.
dig holes for posts using post hole digger. Mark the Fence Location. temporarily brace posts with 2 x 4 s. Temporarily Set the Posts. Run a String Line. Run a string line from the top edges of the corner posts. snap ends of top and bottom rails into holes. Assemble the Fence Panels. Permanently Set the Posts.
Digging Postholes for Your Fence. Dig the hole 6 inches deeper than needed to allow for gravel backfill before the hole is filled with concrete. Main (terminal) and gateposts should be set 6 inches deeper for extra strength. Backfill each hole with 6 inches of gravel to drain water away from the bottom of the post.
How to Install a Vinyl Fence. Vinyl fencing comes in many styles and colors. It is a maintenance-free option that does not weather like wood fencing does.
Vinyl fences come either panelized or as board-and-rail systems. Like wood fences, they look great as long as you set the posts plumb and in a straight line.
How to assemble a vinyl panel fence using either the routed system or the bracket system. Instructions.