Black PVC fence is often install as alternatives to wood. PVC does not rot and resists insect damage. PVC fences can be made to resemble almost any style of wooden fence, from post and rail to solid insulation barriers. Vinyl fencing comes in many colors and patterns, does not need painting and requires little maintenance. It installs much like traditional wooden, with system of posts on the floor and rails or connected to the posts of the panels. Specifics vary with the type of fence, but all close to the hanging vinyl begins with space and message settings.
Control of local building codes permits or regulations. Some areas restrict the size or placement of fences. Then, locate property lines if black PVC fence installed over a boundary. And then, inspect the proposed line for any underground utilities, drainage lines, large tree roots or other impediments. Test the soil to make sure it can be use to post the holes and has no solid or large rock.
Mark the guide line with stakes and strings. Start with a stake at each end or corner of the black PVC fence and draw the line firmly between stakes, keeping it straight. Also add a stake to each pole location; this will vary with the width of the rails or panels, but will usually be every 6 to 8 feet. Place stakes on sides of any door location. Then, use a tape measure for space messages.