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07-11-18, 05:49 PM
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Posted By milkchaser

Thanks. That's what I thought. I'm going to talk...

Thanks. That's what I thought. I'm going to talk to him about cutting the corners and putting in tension bars. It's not too much to ask. I really had not thought about the advantage of replacing...
07-10-18, 12:12 AM
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Posted By milkchaser

Me neither. He said that there's no reason to do...

Me neither. He said that there's no reason to do it. If that is so, why is it typically cut at the corners and held in place with tension bars?
07-10-18, 12:09 AM
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Posted By milkchaser

I'm not sure how to answer. The posts were...

I'm not sure how to answer. The posts were pounded 3 feet deep into the soil and cut to a fixed 5' height off the ground. The fabric was tied with wire to the top rails.
07-04-18, 05:10 PM
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Posted By milkchaser

Purpose of chain-link tension bar

The fence installer simply wrapped the fabric around three of the corner posts rather than attaching a tension bar on either side of the corner posts. This means that about 500' of the 550' fence is...
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Posted By milkchaser

Downspout cannot handle volume

One of our downspouts cannot handle the volume of water during heavy rain. What's worse, the overflow splashes against the electrical switch for the outdoor tankless water heater. The switch is well...
06-11-18, 01:32 PM
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Posted By milkchaser

Max distance for chain link tension wire

My fence installer did not put in a bottom tension wire and the fence is pretty useless to keep dogs inside the yard.

Can the tension wire be installed after the fence fabric has been stretched...
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