Porch Fence Wooden Style Design

Feb 21st

Porch Fence – Placing a wooden railing to a concrete porch adds a touch of elegance. Many people are choosing wood railings over iron because the wood does not rust and is easy to remove or replace. It’s an easy project that you should be able to finish in less than a day. Measure in the concrete where each post will be placed. The person will have to hold the handrail on the porch, and then mark the place where the posts will be assigned.

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Mark each corner of each post to determine the center of the holders of the posts screwed down. Place the holders of the posts porch fence screwed down on the concrete. Align the holders of the positions with the corner mark you made for each position. Mark each hole in the back bracket. There should not be between two and four holes that should be drilled. Drill the holes in the concrete with a hammer driller and the bit.

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Use a bit that is the size of the fixing bolts and that secures the holders of the posts to the base. Secure each post bracket with a socket wrench. Make sure the screws are tight and use a washer between the bracket and the fixing bolt. Place the posts of the porch fence in the holders of the posts and the handrail is safe. Holders of posts for bolts are not limited to courtyards.

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