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portable fence

Posted by lily603 6 (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 11, 12 at 9:12

i had no idea where to ask this question. i have been using the Bagster for garden debris. I luv it! however it has to be available for truck pickup (with a crane) and the only place is in my driveway. Just got rid of 2 and want another l for more junk. the problem is its unsightly. thought i could find small portable fence, maybe 2 piece, easy to move, not very high, about 6 ft wide inn all. have spent hours on line looking. the only site i found was for 'shows' and the companies don't sell 2 pieces. they're for large shows.any ideas would be welcome

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RE: portable fence

Most homeowners would buy fence sections and secure them to posts set into predug holes. It's actually very easy to do and the least costly way to go. Posts can be removed if you decide to not use Bagster any longer.

Alternately, if the design is multipaneled and consisting of at least one 90 degree corner, it can be free-standing - even hinged for easy storage.

Otherwise, home and garden centers carry prebuilt privacy screens which can be positioned where desired. There are so many design variations - just need to select one that suits your taste and budget. Following are just a few built from cedar:







You can start with the HD link below and click on the alternate selections along the side bar. Or, search for privacy screens. There're typically used to screen unsightly objects such as air conditioning condensers and garbage containers.

Here is a link that might be useful: Privacy screen

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