Fence financing

How to Order Fence Materials

Do It Yourself

Measuring an Aluminum Project

After you have measured your property lines, draw a rough layout on a blank sheet of paper (doesn’t need to be to scale). Write down the sizes (in feet) of each section. Take into consideration any slopes or angles. You will have an opportunity to mention any special requests during the purchase process. Like in the example (fig. 1) break down your fencing project into its constituent parts. i.e. line posts, end posts, panels etc. All panels (unless special requested) will be 6ft wide. Simply divide your measured section i.e. 46ft by 6ft (46/6 = 7.6) then round up. The amount of panels needed for this section would be 8. You will have about 2ft left over from the cut which you may be able to use elsewhere on the project.

Let Us Do It For You

Self Survey

After you have measured your property lines, draw a rough layout on a blank sheet of paper (doesn’t need to be to scale). Write down the sizes (in feet) of each section, taking into consideration any slopes or angles. Scan and fax it to 1-888-445-6998. Then tell us the height, style and color you want and we will take care of the rest. Please also remember to tell us about any special request (slopes angled panels etc). If you are still unsure about what to do, Contact us on 1-888-45-MOSSY (66779). One of our fencing expects would be delighted to help! The example project (fig. 2) would require 18 standard panels, 3 rackable panels (for the 14ft slope), 2 4ft gates, 2 end posts (or brackets), 4 gate posts, 4 corner posts and 15 line posts.