Making Wire Mesh Fencing

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Wire mesh fencing is a good option to install around your garden when you do not care much for privacy but want to focus on security. A strong fence wire mesh will keep the wild and human intruders from entering your garden, especially if you have six feet (1.8 meters) or more in height. A mesh fence is also a good choice to locate around your garden to protect your plants or around the pool to protect children when you’re not there to watch them.

Determine exactly where you want to install the mesh fencing. Then walk around the perimeter placing stakes on the ground every 10 feet (3 meters) and each time turn around a corner. Each stake represents a pole. Once you have all the pins in place, tie a clothesline with you’re done. Repeat what you walked back line passing through the pin holes as you go.

Mesh fencing, go to one of the stakes of termination (those in the corners or on the house) and pull it out of the floor. Punch a hole 10 inches wide (25 cm) with 1/3 excavator termination height of the fence post (which are a bit higher than the other). Repeat this process with the other posts of termination.

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