Rolled wood fencing is decorative outdoor structures that provide protection in the form of a strong and durable fence. This type of fence will last up to 20 years if properly maintained. Consider it as a wood product with stains and protective finish to prevent wood from drying out and cracking. There are several different rolled wood fencing options, including light to heavy fences. Rolled wood fencing should be rigid support when you install them.
You pierce 36 inches deep with a fence post whole digger or shovel distributed every 4 to 6 feet apart. Use a carpenter level to make sure the holes are straight up and down. Put 2 spoons of gravel into the bottom of each hole with a shovel. This improves drainage around fences, so water does not puddle around the position. Set the pressure-imprinted 4-inch post into the holes. The posts must be as high as rolled wood fencing plus 24 inches more. Use level to make sure posts are equal. Pack soil or gravel around posts so the ground around the tree is compact.
Cutting pressure impregnated 1-inch by 2-inch wood shines with a saw. Use a tape measure and mark the line cut on the rail. The rails must touch the center of the posts. Attach the top rail to the first two posts with a nail gun. Nail tied rail 2 inches from ground and attach center rail. Put rolled wood fencing against the fence and short end of the groove starting at the bottom and work your way upwards.