The first thing you should do is check the location of underground services (gas, water, telephone and electricity) so you won't run into difficulties when you're installing your new fence.
You should also check with your local planning authority to make sure your new fence will meet their regulations.
These are the basic tools you'll need to get you going. Some careful planning, a little elbow grease and you're away.
We'll supply you with all the fence components and fixtures you'll need but you should also have some other basic materials on hand.
Once you have decided where the fence will go, mark out the position of the gate. This will tell you where to dig the post holes - they should be approximately 600 mm deep and 200 mm across.
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