You should drive your large anchor 42″ into the ground, leaving 42″ above the ground. You should drive your small anchor 36″ into the ground, leaving 24″ above the ground.
The thickness of the extrusions (posts, rails and vertical pickets or boards) in your vinyl fence can become an important consideration in your purchase decision. We’re proud to provide this information below and more specifically in our detailed specification drawings which are included in our instructions. Professional Grade Vinyl Vinyl Posts (4 ½ x 4
For angles greater or less than 90 degrees, we highly recommend you purchase our vinyl angle helper kits here. The following shows you how to angle your fence line without needing to purchase the angle helper kits. However, be forewarned that cutting the vinyl as per below isn’t easy. A. Mark angle and post channel corner
During your vinyl fence install, you may find that you are unable to sleeve your vinyl post over your anchor due to a low hanging roof line. You can work around this scenario in one of three ways. Option One If possible, continue to pound the anchor lower into the ground just enough to accommodate
A. If your anchors inadvertently were spaced too far apart, you can extend your horizontal rails using wood blocking cut to fill the void in the extruded cavity. B-D. Sleeve over your wood blocking by using the same size extruded vinyl. If you do not have any left over waste, please call us at 1.877.778.5733
This article addresses how to trim down your vinyl fence panels. We recommend prior to doing this that you first read this article on equalizing your fence sections. A. Measure distance between vinyl posts and cut to the measured length. B. Measure both top and bottom rail to ensure both are the same length before
Very rarely will your fence sections all fit perfectly into your fence line. You have three options. You must consider these three options before installing your first anchor. Please note that the illustrations below are of vinyl fence panels, but the same principles apply for ornamental aluminum fence panels. BEST Solution A: Trim all fence
Below talks about mounting your fence posts to a concrete or wood surface. For information on mounting your fence posts to a wood or composite deck, see this article. Option One: Universal Surface Post Mount Any WamBam vinyl fence or aluminum fence can be mounted to a wood, or concrete surface using our vinyl surface
There are two ways to tackle a vinyl fence line with ground that slopes either up or down. You can step or slope your vinyl fence as illustrated below. Because no other man-made vertical element in your backyard is generally installed with a noticeable slope, neither should your fence. However, this is just personal preference.