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Florida Fence Posts

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Building a 6' tall horizontal fence with 4x4 PT posts and a combination of horizontal 1x6 and 1x4 PT members (with 3/4"  ... read more »

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Anti vandal paint effect on wildlife?

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If I put anti vandal paint on the side AND top of my low garden wall is there a danger that it will contaminate the feet  ... read more »

Do I need to cover post holes before rain?

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what's the difference betweeen setting posts with concrete versus tamped gravel?

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Setting posts in Oregon which is rainy to corral my full sized Goats ... no mini goats .... and they lean on fence. Was told  ... read more »

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We have very wet, clay, winter soil. Wind pushes our fence crooked. Ideas?

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We have a 226 ft fence on the west and east side of an half acre lot. Winds push on it and now it is leaning. Each post  ... read more »

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Concrete posts and fixings for trellis

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Help. I have a new fence which fit into recessed concrete posts and now want to fix up plastic trellis for clematis to climb.  ... read more »

My neighbor wants me to treat my side of cedar fence; his is painted. Necessary?

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My neighbor is insistent about this. The cedar fence is maybe 7 years old and I've not treated it at all. His side is painted  ... read more »

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