Super easy installation for 6 foot high fence. We used a dumb bell weight with the cap pounder thing to pound into ground since we didn't have a sledgehammer, worked fine. Be sure to check that the sleeves are straigh as you are putting them into the ground - you can adjust the poles a little once they are in and place screws as place holders between the sleeve and pole at the bottom but it doesn't give you much wiggle room. Also we didn't do the fancy ends and our one free standing pole is bending a little under the fence and wire tension. Cheapest and easiest 6 foot fence option I found.
DIY Fence Installation Instructions
Our do-it-yourself pet fence is easy to install without the help from professional installers. To build your dog, cat or backyard chicken fence, read the installation instructions below.
Coming soon: Fence installation videos for dog and cat fence systems!
|How to install a fence for dogs
|Corner System (coming soon!) and End System Installation|
|Monofilament and Wire Installation|
|Dog Fencing and Post Installation|
|Dog Fence Access Gate Installation - coming soon!|
How to install a fence for cats
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