PVC fencing is available in two styles: full privacy and semi-privacy. Regardless of who does it, a short YouTube video on outback fencing titled “How To Install A Full Privacy PVC Fencing Panel – Outback Fencing” describes how to install a PVC fence. Gather all your materials, dig holes, then fix the posts and the rails.
First, ensure you have all the construction materials required. They include necessary digging equipment, measurement equipment, and fencing packaging (posts, bottom rail, top rail, infills, and concrete).
They should all be in a good state.
Begin by running a string line along where you want to install the fence. Using the string as a guide, do your measurements carefully and dig holes between the posts’ marks. Use a shovel or anything that can effectively dig. The holes’ width and depth can vary.
Finally, you pour concrete into the carefully placed posts and finish with some dirt. Now fix the bottom rails first, followed by infill panels, and lastly, the top rails. Allow the concrete to dry and the fence to be steady. Fencing your compound provides security for your kids and pets.