How to Build & Repair Fences & GatesBook - 2007
This guide shows what kind of fence works best in certain areas and for particular purposes, and how to plan, build, and maintain it.
Whether it is meant to keep animals in or out, mark a boundary, or provide a little privacy, a proper fence can make the difference between a world of trouble and peace of mind. For every situation, there is a type of fence that might work better than others. Wood posts or steel, wire mesh or chain link or rail: this book will help you figure out what kind of fence you need and how to go about building and maintaining it.
A writer and adviser on sound farming practices, Rick Kubik offers clear and expert advice on what works best in certain areas and for particular purposes. His instructions for planning and constructing each variety of fencing takes the guesswork out of a job of critical importance to most landowners (and their neighbors).
This book, the first and essential tool for anyone thinking of building a fence, spares first-time and seasoned builders alike the wasted time and money of endless repairs and reconstruction.