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      EdK replied to the thread Patio fence / fencing.
      Yes - typo.. I meant 300mm. So 300mm into wall and 300mm into post (total 600mm length of steel rod or pipe or box section). i.e. my...
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      EdK replied to the thread Patio fence / fencing.
      Thanks guys, great info. I've been thinking about it and am looking at doing the following: 1 - drilling holes vertically into the...
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      EdK replied to the thread Patio fence / fencing.
      Thanks guys - yes, the fence will be 900mm to 1000mm high. The wall is solid block on decent foundations. I guess I will have to empty...
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      EdK reacted to robgul's post in the thread Patio fence / fencing with Like Like.
      For the timber part I would look at using horizontal boards with a small gap to allow wind to pass through - either a single skin on one...
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      EdK reacted to Orraloon's post in the thread Patio fence / fencing with Like Like.
      As Sachakins says put posts down the back of the wall. There really is no practical way to fix it on top. Regards John
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      EdK reacted to Sachakins's post in the thread Patio fence / fencing with Like Like.
      I'd run posts down back of wall, treated and protected with a membrane. The turning momentum from wind pressure, if just bolted to the...
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      EdK replied to the thread Patio fence / fencing.
      Rough sketch:
      • patio-walls-02.jpg
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      EdK replied to the thread Patio fence / fencing.
      I'd like to add a fence to the wall that runs down each side and then across behind the planter (leaving a gap where the fence is). The...
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      EdK posted the thread Patio fence / fencing in Projects.
      Hi, I'm starting a project to make/buy some fencing to enclose a patio.
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      EdK reacted to hugov's post in the thread Larch vs. treated softwood for fence? with Like Like.
      Obviously not rocket science, but for anyone reading this in the future, and like me not really knowing what you're doing, here are some...
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      Where does time go! Back again, looking to learn and share. Ed
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