How to Build a Wooden Fence
This is the first of a seven-part series on building a wood picket fence:
- Part 1: Fencing Options for Your Yard
- Part 2: How to Set Fence Posts in Your Yard
- Part 3: How to Layout Wood Fence Panels
- Part 4: How to Install Wooden Fence Panels
- Part 5: How to Cut Wooden Fence Panels to Length
- Part 6: How to Reinforce a Fence Gate to Keep It from Sagging
- Part 7: How to Stain a Wooden Fence in Your Yard
Before installing a fence in your yard, be sure to check local building codes and neighborhood covenants to be sure your fence follows the rules on location, height, and type of materials.
Fencing is available in a range of materials including wood, vinyl, aluminum, and composite, so make sure you choose the type best suited for your home. The picket fence we’re installing is made from pressure treated pine and comes in preassembled panels.
Watch this video to find out more.
We have a ppol and so does our rear neighbor. Can tell us what type of fencing is non-sharing, meaning we both have to fence our respective properties, versus which fences are sharing, meaning the one neighbor is permitted to share the other neighbors fence?Thank you.