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Fencing: planning and installation

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Start by determining the type of fencing your property requires, exactly where you’d like to install it, and the model and materials you’ll be using.

Aside from the ever-popular and affordable vinyl-coated chain link fence, there are a number of materials to choose from: PVC, synthetic wood, enamelled steel and ornamental metal.

Check existing municipal regulations and bylaws (maximum height, materials permitted, minimum distance) before you make a final decision. Look into the possibility of sharing the costs with your neighbor.

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"Grade B" Pine Panel
Format 5/16x3"x8' 10SF
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