wood fences are vulnerable to termites and in attracting the pests,which can potentially put your home at risk to termite exposure. the fence boards can also warp, especially if they haven't been properly treated to resist moisture or changes in temperature. without improper installation, the posts for wood fences tend to sink .
posts and installing new ones. *vinyl posts usually will not sleeve over wood 4 x 4s with a tight fit. most nominal wood posts actually measure 3-1/2'' x 3-1/2''. our vinyl fences are typically sold with true 4" square or 5" square posts. although these vinyl posts .
wooden posts can cause the fence to sway in the wind during storms, so homeowners are better off with stainless steel or galvanized steel hardware, which can prevent the fence from rusting over time. this is especially true in places where rain is frequent or the humidity is high for much of the year. return to top .
wood fence anyway? 34. do you install wood posts and then slide pvc/vinyl over them? 35. what about composite fencing? 36. does it matter if a pvc/vinyl fence touches the ground? 37. do the fence posts have to be set in concrete?
after setting the dimensions and digging post holes for your vinyl fence, it is time to insert the posts and panels . bottom of the holes for several reasons. number 1, if you do this, over time the weight of the concrete and post on top will make it settle and your fence will sink in spots and look bad, number 2, .
vinyl fence systems feature concealed fasteners for a sleek, clean finish. wood fences are installed with unsightly nails, which, when exposed to the elements, will weather, come loose and cause the fence to deteriorate over time. loose nails are also a safety issue. routed rails and fence posts. bufftech's .