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Top 100 Fences Projects

  1. 46. Neighbors Go to Battle (40:00)

    These neighbors enjoy playing in each other's backyards.

  2. 47. Starting a New Garden (20:00)

    We'll prep a new garden and demonstrate how to do a soil test.

  3. 48. How to Add Soil Amendments and Critter Fencing

    Learn how to improve the soil by adding nutrients, and how to build a simple fence.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  4. 49. Halloween Decoration: Build a Crooked Cemetery Fence

    Build a few of these fence pieces to make a backdrop for a haunted graveyard or a perimeter around your outdoor Halloween decorations. ...

    Time:
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    Cost:
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    Difficulty:
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  5. 50. Beach Bungalow Transformation (04:56)

    A beach bungalow receives a much-needed exterior makeover.

  6. 51. Updating a Backyard Pool Area (03:50)

    Per and Kaydee hope their $25,000 budget is big enough for their wish list.

  7. 52. How to Install Fence Rails (00:50)

    Get step-by-step instructions on how to cut and install fence post rails.

  8. 53. 4- Router Table Fence (03:46)

    Making a simple, yet precise, router table fence.

  9. 54. Installing Sturdy Gates (00:01:03)

    A common fencing mistake is failing to give the gate enough support.

  10. 55. Precision Rip-Fence System (04:58)

    Upgrade your table saw by adding a precision rip fence system.

  11. 56. How to Install a Vinyl Privacy Fence

    Because vinyl fence systems use panels that lock into place, installing them is literally a snap.

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    $2,500 - $5,000
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  12. 57. Face Your Fence the Right Way (00:00:45)

    It does matter which direction your fence faces.

  13. 58. Easy-to-Install Pet Window (00:01:11)

    An easy-to-install dog window lets your pet peek through the fence or door.

  14. 59. Fire-Safe Homes (03:09)

    Find out ways to better protect your home from wildfire.

  15. 60. Set Fenceposts in Concrete (00:02:10)

    Once your fenceposts are straight and plumb, you need to keep them that way.

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