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son-in-law and daughter said they would be glad to install it for me....then I find out he
has NO idea of how to do it (he DOES know how to operate the post hole digger!). So I took
a chance that I might find some help on "the NET". I never imagined there was
such a helpful site out there! The information I printed out would almost enable a blind
person to put a fence up. This is great! Thank you so much!!!!! I think we will be
fine now. I thank you and my Rottweiler baby, Greta thanks you too.
you for your comprehensive instructions on how to install a chain link fence. The added
diagrams are most informative and I would not hesitate to point people in your direction
concerning fence installations. Thank you again for such useful information.
~R. Kopynsky "Gonna do it myself.."
absolutely, hands-down, the most helpful and complete set of directions for how-to put up
a chain link fence! Not only do you get written, comprehensive directions, but also images
to go with the directions so you know what you are looking at! We couldn't have done it
without you! You could market it and call it "Fencing for Dummies". Thank you so
you for your online chain link fence installation instructions!!! They are the best I have
ever seen!! Your website is very well done, Thanks again!!!
Obtain necessary zoning and building permits.
There may be local zoning or deed restrictions pertaining to height and type of
fence. Check out property line setback requirements.
Find surveyors pins if the fence is to be
located near property lines or have the lot surveyed.
Measure fence footage and locate gate
Call 811 to have underground utilities
marked prior to digging. One easy phone call to 811 starts the process to get your
underground utility lines marked for free. When you call 811 from anywhere in the country,
your call will be routed to your local One Call Center. Local One Call Center operators
will ask you for the location of your digging job and route your call to affected utility
companies. Your utility companies will then send a professional locator to your location
to mark your lines within a few days. Once your underground lines have been marked, you
will know the approximate location of your utility lines and can dig safely, because
knowing what's below protects you and your family.
Always call 811 before starting any digging project!
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