garden fencing - Knowledgebase Question

Ithaca, Ne
Question by djkhighfalls
April 29, 2009
Hi, i purchased 8-4x4 10' pressure treated poles and five rolls of your 48'x50

Answer from NGA
April 29, 2009


You'll need some muscle power to keep the fencing straight as you attach it to the poles. You can rent a fence stretcher or maybe recruit some strong friends for the project. Run the wire between the poles first and get it taut, then attach the end of the fencing to the first pole. Make sure it is well secured and then pull the steel fencing from the first pole to the second, pulling it as tight as you can and securing it to the second pole and then attach it to the wire on the top. Work as slowly as necessary to get it as tight and taut as possible and make sure it is well secured before moving down the line to the next pole. You'll get the hang of it as you move from pole to pole. Best wishes with your project!

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