Horizontal Privacy Fence – Privacy fences are great for keeping neighbors looking at your backyard and keeping dogs in your backyard without needing to chain up. Installing a privacy wood fence takes only a few tools and can be done by a single person, but if you want the job to go faster, it helps to have a second person. (Other than the correct number of panels near the yard) you will need a set of post hole diggers, a shovel, hammer, and nails.
If you live in an area of high winds or have a larger dog you can jump on the horizontal privacy fence, you have to buy cement for the posts on the cement floor. Privacy plus wood fence panels are 8 feet long and 6 feet high. Posts should be at least 8 feet high. Dig the first post hole on the side of the house. Make the post hole 2 feet deep. Measure 7 feet 8 inches from the center of the first post hole along the fence line. Now dig the second post hole.
Continue measuring and digging post holes up to the horizontal privacy fenceline all have quite a few post holes. Support a side panel against a fence post. Make sure the fence panel covers only 2 inches from the second post. Nails from fencing to a pole using 3-inch nails. Make sure you nail it through the 2-4 inches together keeping the fencing together.