how to raise an existing split rail fence

The easiest way to add a few feet to your fence is to simply buy a few fence boards then cut them down and add them to the back of the existing fence. To do this start by measuring the height from the top of the slats to the fence rail because that's where your new boards will sit. 【Get Price】

Fence rails can be installed between or across posts using hangers nails or screws to fasten them.. Tip: Rails placed wide side up resist side-to-side pressure. Rails placed narrow side up sag the least and are recommended for heavy fences and those with posts that are 6 feet or more apart. 【Get Price】

Our Split-Rail Fence Conversion & Extension Kit is an inexpensive and quick way for your to extend the height & fully enclose your existing split rail fence system. With different height options available this kit allows you to covert your existing fence to a Benner's Deer Fence system up to 8' tall! 【Get Price】

1 How to Build a Simple Split-Rail Fence . Reed Young. My simple ranch-style home was in desperate need of discipline. While my neighbors' property lines were neatly set off by picket fences and ... 【Get Price】

B Extending Standard Fence. This fence is from my mother’s garden. There was a fairly low 4-foot fence between houses. To raise the height the posts were extended and new boards were added at alternating lengths. 【Get Price】