Chain link fence slats in the backyard helps keep dogs and children in, keeping everything else. Fencing chain link is a popular type of steel wire fence woven into an interlocking mesh configuration and attached to steel poles. Although robust and long-lasting, mesh fences offer little in regards to privacy. Adding privacy slats to your fence link chain gives you the privacy you want without the hassle or cost placement of a wooden privacy fence.
Install chain link fence slats, use the hole message finder to dig holes 6 to 8 inches wide and 28 inches deep for the corner, range and door. dig holes 4 to 6 inches wide and 28 inches deep for line poles. Dip 4 inches of gravel into each hole. Add 6 inches of concrete to the corner, and only the final gate pits. Insert the posts into the wet concrete and use the level of sounding.
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Chain link fence slats, place a few shovelfuls of wet concrete in the corner, end and door posts to complete the filling. Check messages plumb as you fill in the gaps and adjust as necessary. Let the concrete cure for two or three days. Adjust the tension bands on the door, end and corner posts. Install the hinges and the hardware latch in their approximate position on the door poles. Use the rubber hammer to put covers on the door, end and corner posts. Place a reinforcement band on each post.