The gate poles of Residential Fencing Sudbury are set up in accordance with point two and aligned with the help of the gate in a corrugated net. On the right and left of each pole, temporarily fix the wooden strips with the appropriate clamps. The poles and the gate in a corrugated net are aligned with the help of a spirit level. The wooden supports must be adjusted and then tightened with clamps.
Once the concrete has hardened, the gate in the corrugated net can be adjusted by re-adjusting the nuts of the gate pins. Hint: reinforce all the initial, final, angular and gate posts of a fence with appropriate supports. The initial, final and gate posts receive one, the two corner posts. The supports must be laid according to the arrangement of the fence. Moreover, in case of large fences, the poles must be supported every 25-30 m on the straight sides.
Lay the foundation, cement piles and supports. Dig a hole for the concrete foundation, take a cardboard box, open the bottom and place it in the hole. Fill the hole around with earth. Place the pile in the cardboard box, fill with concrete and compact well. The cardboard decomposes.
The post is checked with a spirit level to check that it is perpendicular to the ground. Tip: Make sure that the post net supports are inserted in the correct position, that is to say that the net supports, the tension wire and the diagonal wire mesh are on the same side. The lower support must be aligned according to the height of the rope.
Diagonal metal meshes are supported by at least three anchoring wires. Pull the head from the first to the last post. Insert the final part of the anchor wire into the thread take-up roller. Turn it with the help of a wrench and tighten the anchor wire well.
Hint: it is necessary to re-tighten the anchor wire periodically. Unroll the diagonal wire mesh. Unroll the diagonal metal net on the ground until the desired length is obtained and, after having crushed the ends of the folded meshes with the aid of a flat nose pliers, pull out a wire mesh.
Hint: Unroll the diagonal wire mesh evenly to prevent it from sticking. Assembly of the tensioner and insertion into the clamps for the network. Insert a tensioner through the first and last links of the diagonal wire mesh. Insert it in the two ends of the net in the appropriate hooks of the bands as part of Residential Fencing Sudbury.
Fixing the diagonal wire mesh with points on the tension wire. The points are fixed on the diagonal wire mesh with the help of a ring clamp.