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Install a Wood Fence

Install a Wood Fence

Workshop Duration: 1 Hour

DO-IT-YOURSELF

Overview

You will learn how to build a beautiful new fence for your home, how to install and trim posts, and attach pickets to the rails.

  • Name the tools and materials necessary to build a fence
  • Recall basic safety practices for this project
  • Install fence posts
  • Install fence rails
  • Install pickets
  • Install a section of prefabricated fence between two posts

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