Hi there - I just started to install a fence along my neighbors concrete retaining wall. I started digging and got about 8 inches down when I ran into the footer, or base of the retaining wall, which extends 10 inches into my property.
If the fence adjoins a masonry wall, the first post needs to be attached to the wall using three expanding masonry bolts. Use a washer to prevent the wood being crushed at the surface. As with all posts, use a spirit level to check that the post is in a horizontal position before securing.
2. Place a fence post at its location and mark the location of the holes in the welded plate that is on the bottom end of the post. Use a pencil to mark through the holes onto the concrete.
3ft Iron Fence Installed on a Wall Top Between Columns. We often get asked what options and recommendations are out there for installing an iron fence on top of a concrete surface or wall top. It may be a wall, backyard patio or an elevated curb, but the installation is the same.
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Hi there, I'm looking for advice on the best type of fixing to secure 6x2 timber as my uprights for a closeboard fence that will be 6ft above a concrete retaining garden block wall.
Remove caps, put a metal rod down into the cavity of the concrete blocks with concrete, replace caps, predrill posts and then skewer them on the rods. Apply flat metal straps to the backside of the posts and screw them to the wall of the stairwell
I thought I could do all of this by attaching the 4x4 fence posts (6' spacing) somehow to the concrete, putting a 2x12 on the bottom 12" of the post (kind of a 1' retaining wall on top of the ecology blocks) fill that with dirt, so now the post is anchored to the ecology block with 1' of dirt on one side, and nothing on the other, then build ...
So the wife wanted a privacy fence put up between my outdoor fireplace and my Mega Shed but I couldn't just attach it to the existing chain link fence so I enlisted the help from my friend CJ and ...
They come loose when used on fence posts in my experience anyway. I'd just use a normal wall fixing plug and contersink the hole about 25-30mm into the post, so that a 100mm scew would do. I like the rawlplug UNO ones, I find them superb in most applications.