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Build A Perfect Corner The First Time.

There are 4 parts to the end or corner of your fence.  The end post, the brace post, the angle brace, and the horizontal brace.

 


Step 1 - Drive your end or corner posts identifying  your fence end.

Step 2 - Pull a wire or string etween the two end posts  and pull it tight so to establish a straight line between.  All brace posts and line posts of this fence section will follow this line insuring you achieve a straight fence on completion.

Step 3 - Establish the proper distance for the brace post by laying the horizontal brace bracket end around the  end post and position the brace post  at the  center of the joint  on the  other end of the  horizontal brace.  Drive the brace post at that  position aligned with the fence line.

Step 2 - The brace post holds your corner or end post from moving.   (If you  are using a 6 1/2 foot long Corner Post, your brace post should be a minimum of 5 1/2 feet long.) The brace post needs to be the same distance from the end post as the Horizontal Brace is long.  This is very easy to do correctly..  Place  one "U" bracket of your Horizontal Brace  at ground level  and around the Corner Post.

 Lay the Horizontal Brace on the ground in line with your fence direction and place the  bottom end of your brace post next to  the opposite end "U" bracket.  Center the  Brace Post  at the  weld joint of the Horizontsl Brace and drive the brace post into the ground to the desired depth.  Your end post and brace post are now at the correct distance apart.  You have just accomplished the hardest part.


Step 3 - Install the Angle Brace by bolting the Angle Brace to the base of the Brace post and close to the ground. 

Next bolt the top of the angle brace to the corner post so that the Corner Post is very slightly leaning away from the Brace Post, about 1 inch out at the top. The post will straighten automatically as the wire is stretched tight.

Step 4 - Bolt the Horizontal Brace to the Corner Post First, about 2" above the Angle Brace Connection.  Then bolt the other end of the Horizontal Brace to the Brace Post making sure that visually it is level or running with the contour of the ground, which ever you prefer.   For a professional looking corner, you want to "stack" the Angle Braces and the Horizontal Braces.  This maintains a very uniform appearance and allows you to rotate the offset U-Brackets so your Horizontal Braces have a continuous, parallel appearance.

Step 5 - Repeat Steps 2 thru 4 to install the alternating leg of a complete fence corner.

For a professional looking corner, you want to "stack" the Angle Braces and the Horizontal Braces.  This maintains a very uniform appearance and allows you to rotate the offset U-Brackets so your Horizontal Braces have a continuous, parallel appearance.

 

Simply add the apposing Angle Brace

for a completed H Brace.




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Eaily Adapts to Wood Posts 

The FENCE EASIER system is by far the most versatile fencing method you will find anywhere.


Installing A Gate Without Digging Post Holes, Steel Below Ground

(This gate installed in 45 minutes, the ground was frozen, installed in late November, and  placed in an existing fence.

Locate one end of where you want your gate located. In this situation, we are adding a gate to an existing fence. When located, lay the horizontal brace on the ground in line with the fence to establish the location of your brace post.  Here, we are using an existing line post as our brace post .  Our wood post will have a radius of 3 inches so we will set the steel pin we are going to set our wood post on 3 inches past the end of our horizontal brace measuring stick.  Next, drive the metal T-Post pin in the ground until 14 to 15 inches remains above ground.

Place the T-Post pin into the pre-drilled hole in the post and drive the post to ground level.  All straightening will happen permenantly as the angle bracing is applied.  If, after the gate in hung you find you want to make adjustments, it is very easy .

Spread the wings of the attachment bracket on the upper end of the angle brace  so they match closely to the face of the wood post.  Attach the lower end of the angle brace prior to attaching the upper end to the wood post.  Attach the lower end of the angle brace to the bottom 3 inches of the brace post.  By sliding the upper end of the angle brace up or down the sood post, you can align it straight up and down.

Lag Bolt the upper end of the Angle brae into the desired position.  With the angle brace bolted and secured in place, attach the horizontal brace to the wood post about 2 inches above the attached angle brace.  Keeping the horizontal brace parallel with the ground surface, attach the horizontal brace to the steel brace post using the carrage bolt provided.

Using an angle brace, us it as a guide to locate the position to set your gate stabilizer anchor post. Drive the anchor post vertically into the ground so that approximately 3 inches remains above the ground level.  Attach the angle brace to the anchor post.  Adjust your wood post by tiping the wood post into the correct vertical alignment and anchoring with lag bolts.

Repeat the process at the other end of the gate location.  You are now ready to locate the hinges  points, drill the holls for the hinge bolt or hinge lag screw positions and hang the gate per the instructions that came with your gate.