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How to Install a Wood Fence without Posts

Using plants as stencils for art projects.   More details in my blog post (http://www.mulchmedia.com/blog/post/2012/07/17/On-the-fence-about-outdoor-decor.aspx)

Using plants as stencils for art projects. More details in my blog post (http://www.mulchmedia.com/blog/post/2012/07/17/On-the-fence-about-outdoor-decor.aspx)

Drill holes, put marbles in holes, bring on the sunshine! (would probably be cool at night, too!)

Drill holes and put in some marbles.

Drill holes, put marbles in holes, bring on the sunshine! (would probably be cool at night, too!)

Horizontal Urban Style Fence     Altadena, California 2012  All Clear Redwood construction  40 feet by 6 feet Custom Fence: $60 - $80 per foot

Horizontal Urban Style Fence Altadena, California 2012 All Clear Redwood construction 40 feet by 6 feet Custom Fence: $60 - $80 per foot

Photo: Matthew Benson | thisoldhouse.com | from All About Wood Fences

All About Wood Fences

with This Old House host Kevin O'Connor | thisoldhouse.com | from How to Stain a Wood Fence

with This Old House host Kevin O'Connor | thisoldhouse.com | from How to Stain a Wood Fence

All About Wood Fences

All About Wood Fences

How to Restore a Faded Wood Fence | Angie's List

How to Restore a Faded Wood Fence

How Do I Erect a Fence? Your fence will be stronger and look better if you use 4x4 posts anchored in concrete. To do this right, you'll have to fill the cores, the holes in the blocks, with concrete at each post location and anchor the posts in the mix. But first, get the posts ready. Use a ¾-inch auger bit to bore a 12-inch-deep hole in the bottom of each post. Then soak the ends of the posts in a water-repellent wood preservative — you won't get another chance to do this once the posts are

How Do I Erect a Fence?

How Do I Erect a Fence? Your fence will be stronger and look better if you use 4x4 posts anchored in concrete. To do this right, you'll have to fill the cores, the holes in the blocks, with concrete at each post location and anchor the posts in the mix. But first, get the posts ready. Use a ¾-inch auger bit to bore a 12-inch-deep hole in the bottom of each post. Then soak the ends of the posts in a water-repellent wood preservative — you won't get another chance to do this once the posts are

This is a hand painted Sunflower, painted on reclaimed old fence board wood. It measures 10 inches by 13 inches. It has a home made metal hanger on the back. It is painted in arcylic paint and top coated both front and back with a light clear coat matte finish to protect it. Please be aware that this is a rustic piece and the nature of the wood has many flaws. It has dents knot holes and imperfections which add to rustic decor of the item. This is not a new department store item but an old…

Hand painted Sunflower on old barn wood fence board wall decor

This is a hand painted Sunflower, painted on reclaimed old fence board wood. It measures 10 inches by 13 inches. It has a home made metal hanger on the back. It is painted in arcylic paint and top coated both front and back with a light clear coat matte finish to protect it. Please be aware that this is a rustic piece and the nature of the wood has many flaws. It has dents knot holes and imperfections which add to rustic decor of the item. This is not a new department store item but an old…

How to Use a Power Washer on Wood Fence You have your best pressure washer all set up, and now you want to know how to use a power washer on wood-specifically, how to pressure wash a wood fence. You’re wise to find out, since wood is easily damaged by someone who doesn’t know how to use a power washer, even when pressure washing a no longer-valued, old wood fence.  Read more: http://www.pressurewasherguides.com/how-to-use-power-washer-wood-fence/

How to Use a Power Washer on Wood Fence You have your best pressure washer all set up, and now you want to know how to use a power washer on wood-specifically, how to pressure wash a wood fence. You’re wise to find out, since wood is easily damaged by someone who doesn’t know how to use a power washer, even when pressure washing a no longer-valued, old wood fence. Read more: http://www.pressurewasherguides.com/how-to-use-power-washer-wood-fence/

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