Fence extensions are relatively easy to install
The panels slip over the palings with the short leg going on the rail side and the long leg going on the paling side.
The fence extensions will generally straddle the posts unless they are exposed at the top of the fence.
If you have capping on your fence it is easiest to install from the rail side of the fence if possible, as usually the rails will be flush with the capping. If installing from the paling side you will need to position timber chocks behind the long leg before screwing into the palings and through to the rail on the other side.
We recommend 75mm galvanized chipboard screws for normal paling fences, as these are sufficient to screw through the leg into the palings and through to the rail on the other side. We do sell these.
$5 for 15 screws (enough for installing 5 panels)
$10 for 30 screws (enough for installing 10 panels)
$20 for 60 screws (enough for installing 20 panels)
We are now offering an installation service
This is ideal for those who don’t have
- The know-how
- The time
- The tools
If this is something you are interested in then please email us photos of your fence line along with measurements if you have them so we can assess the job and work things out from there.
We are only offering a basic installation service, if your fence line is sloping and you are wanting the extensions to be altered onsite before being put up we would recommend using a tradesmen instead.
If it is a job that we are unable to assist you with we will recommend a tradesmen that is more suited to the job.