What about ground that has been backfilled?

If your ground has been backfilled with chunks of concrete, field stone or any other materials that can create air pockets under the ground, the WamBam system is not the way to go. Our system is ideally designed for virgin soil like clay. Underground pockets of air created by incongruous materials will not provide enough

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How do I deal with angles in my aluminum fence line?

A. You will need to purchase a special bracket designed to angle your aluminum fence rails. Please call us at 1-877-778-5733 and we can help you out.  

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How do I trim down my aluminum fence panel for a custom fit if necessary?

A. Measure distance between posts, subtracting 1/4in. from total length for backet compensation. B. Measure both top and bottom rails to ensure both are the same length before cutting. D. The rail brackets are designed to allow for up to 1in. of extension beyond end of rails on each side for a total of 2in. E. Screw self tapping

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How do I equalize my fence sections to fit my overall fence run?

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

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How do I compensate for anchors that have been pounded in severely crooked?

If your leveling donut will not allow for compensation of a severely crooked anchor, then you have at least three options. Option One: Drive the Anchor Deeper than Recommended B. Continue to pound the anchor deeper into the ground than what we typically recommend. This corrective ability of your leveling donut is amplified the closer

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How do I deal with loose or disturbed soil?

Your pipe anchors, even when driven to the recommended depths of 36 inches AND 48 inches, will have a wind load resistance problem if the ground around them is unstable. If your entire fence line is located in loose or extremely loamy conditions, you can install our fence system much like you would if you

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How do I deal with extremely hard or dry ground?

Option 1: Use water to loosen soil Outlined below are some additional things you can do if you still find pounding your anchor is going too slow. Option 2: Use concentrated water to loosen soil A. Pound anchor into ground as far as possible. B. Fill anchor to the top with water and let sit until water

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How do I deal with rocks and other underground obstructions?

By far the most frustrating part of installing a fence is running into unforeseen obstacles under the ground. It doesn’t matter if you go the WamBam way or the traditional way- a big rock or tree root is going to cause you grief. Large Rocks? If the rock is large and stable enough it may

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How do I determine if obstructions exist underground?

If you’re at all suspicious that you might run into some underground obstructions when installing your pipe anchors, we strongly encourage you to do some underground “investigating” prior to ordering your fence. It’s important to check your ground if you are concerned about rocks. There are some conditions that WamBam Fence won’t work in, such as

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