Need hints on installing field (wire mesh) fencing please...
Hubby and I just had an old in-ground pool removed. We have to wait a few weeks for the ground to settle, before we can sod/seed and install the remainder of the chain-link fence. Part of the yard is already chain-linked.
On Saturday, we will be installing some field fencing using T-posts, as a temporary fix so that we can let out dogs out. They are indoor dogs - and only go out when I am out there... They are not left out. They ARE 110 pounds each (St. Bernard/Boxer mix).
We are purcashing the large T-posts at HD tomorrow, along with the fencing and ties. We have a pretty good idea on what to expect, but I thought someone might have some good suggestions.
No gates will be involved. The T-posts will be sunk into the existing sod, and not into the new fill dirt.
I'm not sure about the best way to bring the edge of the chain-link fence together with the field fence. Also - hubby says that it won't matter if the wire fence is "loose". I think it will be a problem, and I have told him I think we need to buy a tool to "cinch it up" properly. Any comments on this and anything else would be VERY MUCH appreciated.
Thanks so much... Meadow Lark / Huntsville, Alabama