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Installed along top of hollow vinyl fencing to keep dog from going over the top. 3/4 inch electric conduit inside of 1.25 inch PVC. Four L brackets secured into 2x4 sections cut and placed into the top of the posts. The wood is drilled into vinyl inside the top of post with 4 inch wood screws and the L bracket is attached to the wood. Brackets are bolted together and the upside down L bracket is what goes inside of and holds the metal pipe. The PVC then rolls around the pipe. It will be easy to remove if no longer needed and fence cap can be replaced with no visible holes in vinyl.
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If you missed Part 1, here is a link: https://youtu.be/v3BIyCFtYPM Looking for Part 3? Here ya go: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7dKwg6y0Z8I Questions about this build? Cost? Tips and tricks? Read the written tutorial at: - Part 1: https://www.wilkerdos.com/2016/08/board-board-cedar-fence/ - Part 2 : https://www.wilkerdos.com/2016/08/picketing-board-board-cedar-fence-part-2/ - Part 3 : https://www.wilkerdos.com/2016/08/finishing-board-board-fence/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wilkerdos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wilker_dos/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=257047 Check out my awesome sponsor Triton Tools!: http://www.tritontools.com/en-US If you happen to be in the Fort Worth/Dallas area, here are the local suppliers I went to for this project: Fencing material: Binford Supply - http://goo.gl/BGlfO2 Steel post material: Discount Steel - http://goo.gl/fHABDR Lag bolts: Fort Worth Bolt and Tool - http://goo.gl/YSfv2G Things I Used in This Project: Triton Multi-Stand: https://goo.gl/XND21d Triton SuperJaws: http://goo.gl/K5t9C4 Triton Circular Saw: https://goo.gl/Y7sDuu Nail Gun: https://goo.gl/suGhyi Stainless Steel Ring Shank Nails: https://goo.gl/FGSf1b Step Stool: https://goo.gl/nbaMgK 50' Air Hose: https://goo.gl/0Go2Y0 Canopy: https://goo.gl/iFbJme Level: https://goo.gl/GmGxdp In this video I continue with installing my cedar board on board fence. Last video I extended each steel post by welding on an extension, then demoing the old fence, and installing the stringers. This week I start by adding a cedar top cap then install board on board pickets on all three sides. I end the video by adding trim to the outside of the fence to give it a clean finished look. Stay tuned for part three where I build cedar boxes to hide the steel posts, add trim to pretty the boxes up, as well as build a gate for the fence.
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Master Halco PostMaster Posts for Wood and Composite fencing. 15 year warranty and easily concealed while versatile to adapt to any fence style. Creates added value and longevity. Southwest Fence & Deck of Dallas will walk you through the whole process for an 8' tall privacy fence. Visit www.postmasterfence.com for more information Download our install instructions here: English: https://goo.gl/hprn7v Spanish: https://goo.gl/QLUp91 Learn more by visiting our website: http://www.postmasterfence.com
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Setting Post & building on a sloped landscape using 5-1/2" x 8' pickets.
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Struggling to keep your pets In your yard and/or keeping coyotes out? Try this roll bar fence DIY. It's totally helped us with our problem. For more, head here - http://yoursassyself.com/roll-bar-fence-diy-keep-your-pets-in-others-out/ Here's what you'll need (affiliate links provide an idea of what to look for; actual supplies were purchased at a hardware store): -tape measure - http://amzn.to/2dkRYBw -2 sizes of pvc pipe (1 in. inner roller - http://amzn.to/2eiIh7S & 3 in. outer roller - http://amzn.to/2eepCY4) -steel/braided wire - http://amzn.to/2eNf7fX -L-brackets - we used 4" x 7/8" - http://amzn.to/2eBOds8 -crimps/wire anchor locks - http://amzn.to/2e4PMQb -electric screwdriver/drill with enough power to get through the top of your fence - http://amzn.to/2e4PaK8 -wrench, to tighten down the bolts on the crimps/wire anchor locks (or whatever it is you buy to lock down the ends of the wire rope) - http://amzn.to/2dLI8Vs -hacksaw - http://amzn.to/2dYJVrI -Bolt cutters, or wire cutters, to cut the wire rope. - http://amzn.to/2er7fxI Don't forget to subscribe for future videos here! https://www.youtube.com/user/YourSassySelf?sub_confirmation=1 Connect with me! @yoursassyself everywhere or click links below :D Blog: http://yoursassyself.com/ Instagram - https://instagram.com/yoursassyself/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/YourSassySelf/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/yoursassyself Vine - https://vine.co/YourSassySelf Snapchat - yoursassyself - https://snapchat.com/add/yoursassyself Music - Wish You'd Come True The 126ers This video is not sponsored, however this post contains affiliate links, which means if you purchase something via those links Your Sassy Self receives a small percentage of the profits. Thanks for your support!
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Chain-link fencing material and parts being identified by one of Steel And Fence Supply's materials experts, Mikey Farrell. Each part is identified by name and shown where it is in a security fence, parts include: Top Rail, Dome Cap, Tension Band, Brace Band, Tension Bar, Ties, Tension Wire, Hog Rings, Eye Tops, Posts, and Chain-Link Fence Mesh.
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A quick tip on using spiral stakes to tighten up a loose fence to prevent a small to medium sized pet from escaping from your yard.
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How to install chain link fence. Propriety of techniques and materials used in chain link fences and wanted to 0:04show you to examine this yard but before we do that we gotta get the posts in 0:08this post holes are two feet deep and 6 inches wide at the top but we used to 0:13him post hole digger to make them a little wider at the bottom this means 0:18that even if the concrete doesn't go all the way down to the frost line will 0:21still be pretty stable the movement of the ground in winner will push the 0:25footing around and not defensive line we start by setting our corner gate and 0:30then post the walls of our poster point zero 65 inches thick 0:35dinner post material probably won't be strong enough these terminal post as 0:41they're called are two inches in diameter on the outside and six feet 0:45long we set the post so that it sticks out about 50 inches above the ground we 0:52hold the post plum while we pour the concrete a rounded 1:04enough we make our final adjustments to the post of that it's absolutely plum in 1:09both directions on this side oiler fine you don't need to do anything right once 1:19we have all of our terminal Post said we can run a string between the terminal 1:22post to line up all of our line post now be nice to attach a string directly to 1:26the terminal post but we have to wait for the concrete care so instead will 1:30run the string on an attached to these posts got it there but one should just 1:35touch the terminal posts on the outside the side away from the house and we 1:39pulled this is Titus we can now use this line 2 position online post the line 1:45post which I the post in the middle of the fence are one and five eighths 1:49inches OD or outside diameter and we said these to a little over forty six 1:54inches above the ground the outside edges of the post touched the line and 1:59of course the post has to be perfectly plump in both directions 2:05chain link fence poster set so they're 10 feet apart or a little less and the 2:09spacing should be even along each stretch offense 2:12when you say your post and concrete you need to make sure that they aren't 2:23disturbed for a couple of days we want to let the concrete totally cure because 2:27we put a lot of tension on the polls will be stretched the fence fabric an 2:34alternative to sending or posting concrete is to use anchoring devices 2:37like these this system is called a shoe and anchor system works want concrete 2:42using metal stakes we put up the terminal post in stretch the line 2:46between them we can do this right away since we don't have to wait for the 2:50concrete to cure now we set our first line post we slip a post driver over the 2:57top of the post position the post and headed two or three times with a driver 3:03who led wait on the driver pushes the post into the ground 3:09then we check up for plum we keep driving it two or three times and check 3:23for plum again until the posters in the ground down to the proper height of the 3:27market he said now we take off a little of the side around the base of the post 3:33we don't need much more than six inches out from the post then we dig down about 3:40six inches this gives us room to attach our anchoring device to secure the post 3:49we slipped the shoe over the top of the post and down into the hole then we 3:56drive these anchor blades into the ground we move on and set the line post 4:13on this run before we tightened down the acres and any of them once our top rails 4:23on which will talk about later we can make our final adjustments and tighten 4:27down the anchors one of the stands at the end of the fence looking down the 4:30line and the other one walks along it getting the post plum from side to side 4:34and tightening the shoes once the poster secured we replace the dirt inside 4:42around the bases and it's a good idea to water these places quickly so the 4:47sidelines will disappear besides not having to wait for the concrete to drive 4:52the other advantage to anchoring post this way is that you can send your post 4:55to the exact type that you need now with a concrete post we have to cut the tops 4:59off to the right height for a four-foot high fence the terminal post should get 5:03cut to 50 inches above the ground and the line post get cut the 46 inches we 5:08do this with a two-inch pipe cutter holding the bottom of the post with a 5:12pipe wrench to keep it from spinning in the concrete 5:15ok ok here we go any further we attach a lot of hardware to the post and will 5:23stop by slipping some tension bands over the terminal post this whole defense 5:27fabric to the terminal post we use for tension ban one for every put up fence
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In this video we look at how to build a wooden privacy fence that my wife and I built for our new investment property. The total cost was under 3,000 including new tools. house walk through: https://youtu.be/g-Dgrkn2jqE Nikki's instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nikki_ingram75/ My instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ianmingram/?hl=en Our business http://yourhomesold2day.com/
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Big thank you to Fence Armor for sponsoring this video! Find their awesome product here: http://goo.gl/OQKA5p Find Part 1 and Part 2 of this fence building project here: https://youtu.be/v3BIyCFtYPM and https://youtu.be/o76905J0Clo Questions about this build? Cost? Tips and tricks? Read the written tutorial at: - Part 1: https://www.wilkerdos.com/2016/08/board-board-cedar-fence/ - Part 2 : https://www.wilkerdos.com/2016/08/picketing-board-board-cedar-fence-part-2/ - Part 3 : https://www.wilkerdos.com/2016/08/finishing-board-board-fence/ How to make half lap joints with a circular saw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wE2VOb0KKAA (starts at 33 seconds) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wilkerdos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wilker_dos/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=257047 Check out my awesome sponsor Triton Tools!: http://www.tritontools.com/en-US If you happen to be in the Fort Worth/Dallas area, here are the local suppliers I went to for this project: Fencing material: Binford Supply - http://goo.gl/BGlfO2 Steel post material: Discount Steel - http://goo.gl/fHABDR Lag bolts: Fort Worth Bolt and Tool - http://goo.gl/YSfv2G Things I Used in This Project: Earplugs: http://goo.gl/vu3uN4 Spray Paint: https://goo.gl/EvnZ5x Triton Drills: http://goo.gl/9lPVYq Brad Nailer: https://goo.gl/mwI4Uj Miter Saw: https://goo.gl/225NES Sawhorse: https://goo.gl/HtMTpf Construction Adhesive: https://goo.gl/GglK0a Fence Armor: https://goo.gl/ixn6gF Dado Stack: http://goo.gl/bNLj2n Exterior Wood Glue: https://goo.gl/6X2vRv Right Angle Jigs: https://goo.gl/Syx3go Triton Multi Stand: https://goo.gl/i5Tgcn Siding Nailer: https://goo.gl/OnVvv5 Triton Circular Saw: https://goo.gl/Y6MtkZ Triton Oscillating Tool: https://goo.gl/QLX5MQ In this video I am rebuilding my board on board cedar fence. The new cedar fence build has post boxes, top cap and trim, and a nice DIY gate. This is a large scale DIY project. The new cedar fence is pre-stained and the pickets over lap for a 100% privacy fence.
Views: 1110888 April Wilkerson
The Invisible Fence provides a safe and affordable alternative to traditional fencing, providing a safer and better quality lifestyle for pets. We visit a home where the Invisible Fence® provides the pet owners peace of mind and witness first-hand how dogs are trained and technology applied to keep them in designated areas both inside and outside the home. Visit: http://www.designingspaces.tv Like: https://www.facebook.com/DSpacesTV Follow: https://twitter.com/DSpacesTV #DesigningSpaces 103707
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Hey guys, so I bought my first house this past November. One of the first projects I wanted to tackle was replacing my ugly chain link fence with a wooden fence both to keep my dogs in and for privacy from the road and to cut down road noise as I live next to a fairly busy street. I knew it was going to be expensive but at the end of the day was actually pretty happy with the deal I got. I wound up paying $4400 for a wooden fence of pressure treated wood. My posts were 36' deep, I wound up going with pressure treated shadowbox/board and batton style fence with dog eared tops and one gate. Now the cost will vary depending upon where you are in the country, lumber costs at the given time, whether you do cedar or pressure treated wood, and also if you decide to go with 2x6 or 2x8 kicker boards as opposed to the standard 2x4's. I'd suggest getting a couple quotes. Don't let the company ask you how much you're looking to spend as they will build a fence to fit that price, ask them what they would suggest and the options and after talking to a few contractors you'll begin to get an idea of the costs as well as picking the different contractors brains for ideas and suggestions. If you have any questions drop a comment in the comments section below...
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Worried about keeping your dog safe in your yard? A PetSafe wireless dog fence may be the best option for your pet and there is no digging involved. Before you begin, select a unit that is right for your pet and your yard. This PetSafe fence is made for dogs over 8lbs. and covers about half an acre of land. Proper training of your pet is essential for the success of the pet fence. Pick a location for the transmitter. The location must have access to an indoor power outlet and the temperature needs to stay above freezing. Locate it on the first floor of your house in the middle of your dogs roaming area. Large metal objects can interfere with the signal, so keep it away from furnaces and refrigerators. Plug the transmitter in, set the boundary switch to high and set the boundary control up to 8. Install the battery in the collar. Activate the static correction signal, if desired. Set up the perimeter. Hold the collar where you want the perimeter to be, and have a friend turn the dial on the transmitter until the collar beeps. Place flags where the collar beeps to visually mark the perimeter. Fit the collar on your dog, ensuring the contact points touch your dog's skin. Tighten the collar until you can fit one finger in between the contact point and your pet's neck. Properly training your pet to stay within the boundaries of your new wireless dog fence is crucial to your pet's safety and success in using the fence. For more how to content, visit http://www.Lowes.com/Videos. For more pet products or to purchase your own pet fence, visit http://www.Lowes.com/Pets Subscribe to Lowe's YouTube for great how to videos and home improvement tips: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=lowes Or head to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/Lowes
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In this video, Lowe's home improvement expert, Mike Kraft, demonstrates how to set posts and panels for a decorative metal fence. To learn how to layout and dig post holes and to find printable instructions for this video, visit http://www.Lowes.com/Videos The installation for this decorative metal fence is fairly easy, as the rails simply fit into holes in the post. This particular metal fence is safe to use around a swimming pool, which is something to consider when installing your fence. Before you set the posts in concrete, install the caps on top. Then make sure the bottom fence rail is 2 inches above the ground to allow for lawn work. Mark your posts where the ground line will be. When working with prefabricated fence panels, you only want to dig a few post holes at a time. The manufacturer will suggest spacing, but typically it's going to be the width of your panels on-center. There are three different kinds of fence posts available: 1. End posts - These posts have holes on one side 2. Line posts - These posts have holes on opposite sides 3. Corner posts - These posts will have holes on adjacent sides Mike first starts with an end fence post, adding enough gravel into the post hole to bring the mark level to the ground line. Then set the gate post against the layout line and hold it in place with clamps and braces. Follow by making sure the plumb is level with the post level. Now you can add concrete, making sure to fill until it is 2 inches below ground level to allow for dirt to be added and grass to grow. Now that the posts are set, you can start attaching the panels. You can either stair step your fence or change the panels to be racked. Either way, adjust your fence post spacing accordingly. First, set the panel in place on the gate or terminal post, sliding it into the post notches. You might want to use blocks of wood to support the fence panels as you are installing. Add gravel to the bottom of the next fence post hole and then lower your post, sliding it onto the panel. You might have to cut some fencing panels to fit properly. All you need to do to cut a fence panel is: 1. Temporarily set the next fence post in place 2. Measure between the posts on-center 3. Transfer the measurement to the panel, keeping equal space to the first picket on both ends 4. Cut the fence rails and notch the ends if necessary Once you have checked to see the next fence post is against the layout line, temporarily hold in place with clamps and braces. Make sure it is plumb with the post level, then add concrete until it is 2 inches below ground level. Finally, secure rails to the fence posts. You will continue this process, making sure as you go that tops and sides are straight. To find the remaining fencing installation videos or other helpful how-to videos, visit Lowes.com/Videos Also, to purchase decorative metal fencing materials, visit http://www.lowes.com/pl_Decorative+Metal+Fencing_4294857816_4294937087_ Subscribe to Lowe's YouTube for great how to videos and home improvement tips: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=lowes Or head to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/Lowes
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Matthew 7:24 For even more fun ideas go to CAmericaProjects.com How to make a Sturdy Fence. Ok so today we are going to show you how to build a nice Build A Fence That Will Last! (Wooden Fence With Metal Posts) 0:00 / 6:51 How to make a Sturdy Fence. Ok so today we are going to show you how to build a nice fence. So we already have the first step done. We came out here a week ago and we dug the How to make a Sturdy Fence. Ok so today we are going to show you how to build a nice fence. So we already have the first step done. We came out here a week ago and we dug the holes and cemented them in. So we used a post hole digger and we dug the holes two feet deep. And then we filled them with cement. And we did that all down the line. Also I want to mention that we used a string and the string goes all down the line. And that makes sure that your posts are all in a straight line. And you want to move the string a few inches back so that you don't break it when you dig it. Also you want to place a level on two sides of the pole to make sure it is straight. Ok so the next step we are going to do is put on some brackets. The neighbor was nice and let us use his fence post to be the corner of our fence post. What we are to do is put on these brackets so that we have two at the bottom. These are to hold what is called the kicker board. This is going to be the bottom which gives the fence a pretty look and makes it tough at the bottom. So we have two brackets for that and as we move up. We have one, two, and three. So three brackets. You see the neighbors have two brackets there. But what happens is over time the boards warp if you don't have a cross beam in the middle. So we are going to use that middle bracket to keep that from warping. You are going to go and measure out all the brackets. And put those brackets on each fence post. We are going to have the inside of the brackets inside our yard. If you want the cross beams to be outside of your yard, you would flip this around so that the flat part here would be on this side. So it just depends on how you want the fence. I like the beams on the inside to discourage neighbor kids from climbing the fence as it will just be a flat board on the outside so nothing to really climb on. Some people like the pretty side to be on the inside. So now you can see what it looks like with the kicker board in place. You end up with four bolts. So you see what it looks like on the inside. And if you plan it right then the kicker boards will meet there. And this is what it looks like on the inside. Now we have a panel completed. So what we will do is take these boards and place them level and then screw them in.We put in two screws for each panel, two screws each time it meets the brace. Ok so we are at the last board. It wouldn't quite fit so we had to cut about an inch off. And then I cut another angle otherwise it would have been square and I cut a little too much so be careful that you try to match it. Anyways it is he last one so nobody will really see it. Then I am going to squeeze that in there. And put the last few screws in. And the last screw, here goes! Wooh! Now look at the fence we made. Thanks for watching! Don't forget to subscribe! Matthew 7:24 "Therefore everyone who hears these words of mine and puts them in to practice is like a wise man who built his house on the rock."
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The basic idea is to put a string or wire just above the top rail wrapped around 1 inch screws in each post. The dog won't get a steady footing on the top rail and will not feel comfortable jumping it. Has worked great for our dog that is a cattle dog mix for over 6 years. He is a little larger than a regular sized cattle dog.
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It's time to build a new red wood fence, here is how i do it the easy way, i built 60 foot of fencing in about 10 hours.
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he K9 Expanded Metal Kennel Series isn't just another dog kennel. With available features like our exclusive Digging Prevention System, our water-proof canvas tops, elevated food bowls and more; the K9 Series is a new way of life for your dog. You aren't being left out though, we've made it as easy as a snap to assemble! Just five minutes with no tools required! The dog run is also completely modular meaning you can change the shape and size of your kennel at any point to adapt to your changing needs. These dog runs are not made of chain-link either, instead it's welded steel construction which utilizes an expanded metal mesh to ensure your dog can't climb or chew out. This kennel is also powder coated with a smooth and beautiful black gloss finish for outdoor longevity. The dog Kennel Series is so unique and functional; it will turn any man into dogs best friend. Standard Features: * 5 MINUTE SET-UP * NO TOOLS REQUIRED! * MODULAR: CREATE ANY SHAPE OR SIZE * ALL WELDED "NOT CHAIN-LINK" * COMMERCIAL GRADE * POWDER COATED Two Styles to choose from "Expanded Metal Mesh Series" "Welded Wire Series" Many more sizes & Custom sizes too! EXCLUSIVE ACCESSORIES: * CANVAS TOP WITH ROOF BARS: Commercial grade, Heavy Stitched, Water Proof, Formed Fitting Canvas Top That Will Hold a Snow Load. * EXTRA PANELS 4' & 6' & 8': To Expand or Partition your Kennel. * KENNEL FLOORING: Installs in just minutes. Easy to keep your kennel clean with a hose. * DIGGING PREVENTION SYSTEM: Exclusive for K9 Kennels prevents your dog from digging under the kennel. * ELEVATED FOOD BOWLS: Prevent Those All Too Familiar Knock-Overs * WALL MOUNT BRACKETS: Use the side of a garage, shed, fence or house to make your kennel bigger. * SECURING KENNEL STAKES: Stake your kennel into the ground if needed. * TOP ENCLOSURES: Keep your do from jumping out with our expanded metal top. Installs in just minutes with no tools required. # 877-527-3455 P.S. Watch our short video brochure on this kennel http://www.k9kennelstore.com/ K9kennelstore K9kennelstore.com
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Looking for a budget friendly fence option? A chain link fence is the way to go! Watch our step by step video with all the details need to install the perfect fence for your backyard! Click here for project details: http://low.es/2gu9zX4 Subscribe to Lowe's YouTube: http://bit.ly/1blLmvD or head to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/Lowes For more ideas to improve your home, check out Lowe's How-To Library or our other social media channels: Lowe's - http://www.lowes.com/how-to-library Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/lowes Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/lowes Pinterest - http://www.pinterest.com/lowes Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/loweshomeimp...
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This video was shot in the parking lot of an Everglades tour company in Miami Florida; Where I worked for a year DRIVING AIR BOATS. (496 Big block General motors Engines) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnZhR0euCog This is one of the 1.3 million (estimated) Alligators roaming free in the South Florida Everglades. I captured this event on my iPhone, only minutes after I had just pulled into the parking lot for work at 8am. Gators are truly amazing creatures and you'll never know all their secrets unless you actually spend time in the everglades (and observe them up close like I did.) It's amazing to think that some scientists don't even know that Alligators can do this. The Gator in this video was in a public parking lot, so (part) of my job was to herd them away so they don't get hurt by the lot traffic; Or so they don't accidentally bite anyone... Trust me! The tourists that went here are pretty stupid, and are usually the instigators of Alligator bites themselves. I love Alligators, and would do anything to help any of these magnificent creatures (if in peril). With YouTube videos it's easy to get the wrong idea. I was not harassing this gator, I was helping.
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See more: http://thd.co/gLvHT8 Learn how to build a wood fence using individual components. This video shows you step-by-step how to build a stick-built or picket fence from the ground up. Finishes such as stain, paint and fencing accessories like post caps are also covered in part 2 of this video series. Visit our Know-How Center at http://tinyurl.com/hdknowhow for more information.
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The Grand Empire XL fence is a versatile fencing solution that will add style and elegance to your garden or walkway. The panel features a powder-coating for added durability and to help prevent corrosion so your fence will last for years to come. The fencing system is quick, easy, and painless to install. No digging or concrete is required for installation, simply drive stake post unit into ground using a hammer or mallet and join panels together by passing the posts through the eyelets. Each panel is sold separately. Please refer to the Grand Empire XL fence line for matching posts, gates, and required accessories for installation.
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http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/fences/index.html Click on this link for interesting ideas on fences, building and home repairs. This is a big problem that is seldom addressed among fence builders and guardrail or handrail construction. If you're going to use construction standard lumber as a handrail cap, then you should be familiar with some of the problems you could encounter in the future. Watch the video for more information and don't forget to watch more of these helpful videos to increase your construction knowledge and save money on future home repair bills.
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The greatest tension on any post is at the the top where the tension cable goes through it. Using a cross brace we are able to transfer that tension back to the base of the post at ground level. This is what allows the post to resist the fence’s tension. Our post corner kits come with: (1) Galvanized black coated wall corner post (1) Post cap insert (2) 1 5/8 black galvanized power coated braces (2) Black self tapping screws All required brace hardware
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Watch the full episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kUWK-faJlAk This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook works with a fencing contractor to install a vinyl privacy fence. (See below for a shopping list, tools, and steps.) Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Shopping List for Installing a Vinyl Privacy Fence: - 4-foot semi-private vinyl fence and posts, used to make gate - 6-foot privacy vinyl fence and posts, used to form the fence line - 3/4-inch self-tapping screws, for attaching vinyl posts to aluminum I-beams - Vinyl post caps - Aluminum I-beams, used to fortify the gateposts - Ready-mix concrete, for setting posts - Pressure-treated 6x6, used to fortify bottom end of fence posts - Wooden or metal stakes, for securing grade strings - 2 1/2-inch deck screws and plastic caps, used to fasten the fence panels - Gate hinges and hardware Tools List for Installing a Vinyl Privacy Fence: - Electric jackhammer, used to chop out asphalt driveway - Mason line, used to establish straight layout lines - Posthole digger - Wheelbarrow, for mixing concrete - Shovel, used to mix concrete and excavate dirt - Steel bar, used to tamp down concrete - Level, for plumbing up the posts - Pointed brick trowel, used to smooth concrete - Circular saw, used to cut pressure-treated 6x6 - Hammer, used to tap in stake - Cordless drill, for driving screws - Reciprocating saw, used to cut away the old fence Steps for Installing a Vinyl Privacy Fence: 1. Use an electric jackhammer to cut away part of the asphalt driveway at the first gatepost location. 2. Stretch a taut mason line from the first post location to establish the position of the second post. 3. Use a posthole digger to excavate a 30-inch-deep posthole for each gatepost. 4. Slide an aluminum I-beam into each vinyl post and secure them with 3/4-inch self-tapping screws. 5. Pour one 80-pound bag of concrete into a wheelbarrow, add six pints of water, and mix well with a shovel. 6. Dump two full shovels of concrete into the first hole. 7. Set an aluminum-fortified vinyl gatepost in the hole and plumb it with a level. 8. Shovel more concrete around the post, filling the hole to within 3 inches of grade. 9. Tamp down the concrete with a steel bar, then smooth the concrete with a trowel. 10. Repeat Steps 6 through 9 to install the second gatepost 11. Set a vinyl post cap on top of each post, then allow the concrete to cure for 24 hours. 12. Use a reciprocating saw to cut away the old wooden fence. 13. Pull up and discard the old fence posts. 14. Starting at the high end of the property, use the posthole digger to excavate the first 30-inch-deep fence-post hole. 15. Cut a pressure-treated 6x6 to span from the bottom end of a fence post up to the lowest mortise. 16. Slip the 6x6 into the bottom end of the fence post, then stand the post in the hole. 17. Check the post for plumb, then fill around it with 12 inches of concrete. 18. Compact the concrete with a steel bar. 19. Stretch a mason line from the first fence post to the far end of the fence line. Tie off the string to a wooden or metal stake. 20. Dig the intermediate postholes along the fence line, as indicated by the mason line. 21. If your yard slopes down, stretch a grade string across the fence line, positioning it 6 inches above the ground. 22. Install a vinyl fence panel against the first fence post. Secure the panel by driving 2 1/2-inch deck screws through the post and into the horizontal rails. 23. Conceal each screwhead with a snap-closure plastic cap. 24. Install the next post to support the opposite end of the fence panel. Check to confirm that the lowest mortise is even with the grade string. 25. Secure the panel by screwing through the second post and into the rails. 26. Pour 12 inches of concrete around the post, then backfill with soil. 27. Repeat to install the remaining panels and posts. 28. Install a vinyl cap to the top of each fence post, then remove all the grade stakes and strings. 29. Fortify the vertical frame of the gate with pressure-treated 4x4s. 30. Screw the gate hinges through the vinyl posts and into the aluminum I-beam. 31. Then install the gate handle, latch, and cane bolt. Follow This Old House and Ask This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse https://twitter.com/asktoh Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
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