Slats for chain link fence – Chain link fence is a popular type of fence of steel woven into a mesh configuration of interlocking squares and attached to the steel insert. Although sturdy and durable, offering chain link fence with little regard for privacy. Adding privacy slats to your chain link fence gives you the privacy you want without hassle or expense to put up a wooden privacy fence.
install slats for chain link fence ideas, installing posts and rails, use post hole digger to dig holes 6 to 8 inches wide and 28 inches deep to corner, end and gate posts. Tamp 4 inches of gravel into each hole. Put a few shovelfuls of wet concrete into the corner, end and gate post holes to finish filling. Push the tension bands on the gate end and corner posts. Use a mallet to drive looped caps on each line item and place positions in the holes. Do not fill the holes. Set the rails into the rail caps, raise or lower the final height of the chain link mesh as 2 inches of clearance at the bottom. Shovel dirt to fill line item holes and tamp until firm.
Adding slats for chain link fence push a privacy slat, with the notch on the top, down vertically through the chain link fence. Push the angle cut end of the locking strip through the top notch. Push the locking strip horizontally until the first slat locks. Install one slat at a time, move the locking strip as you go, until complete.
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