you need
  • -stolby
  • -scheben
  • -Slim wire, monofilament thread or cord
  • -antiseptik, water-resistant primer, sealant (if the poles are wooden)
  • -pesok, cement (for optionalstrengthening)
  • -lopata or drill
Guide
1
can install any poles : wooden iron or asbestos.Before you start to dig or drill the holes for the installation, make the layout of the extreme poles.Beat columns slightly wider than themselves will stand poles and pull a thin wire, nylon thread or cord.Thus, the need to mark the bottom, middle and top.
2
Then mark the distance between the posts.It must be the same length and in accordance with the material that you are going to mou
nt as the fence.
3
Pit under columns you can dig a shovel or drill.If the soil is weak and prone to frost heaving during, the method of making holes completely different from making holes with a shovel.You can dig or drill, but poles still have further strengthened.This will require fine gravel.The depth of the holes for the installation, you need to do the same and not less than 50-60 cm. If need loose soil to dig even deeper given the fact that the bottom of each hole will have to pour sand on his tamp layer of rubble and only the pillow to establish themselves poles .And it will have to do together.One person will hold the post, the second - to fill the pit with gravel and tamp it.This is a universal way to install and suitable for the pillars of any material.
4
Before installing the pillars of wood, to be treated with a layer of antiseptic.After drying, water-resistant primer layer and apply the mastic over all of the sludge, which can be bought in any supermarket building.This treatment will prolong the life of wooden poles many times, and they will be no less than iron or asbestos.
5
For greater strength, and most importantly, self-confidence, you can settle down on both sides of a number of columns of 20-30 cm formwork and pour concrete solution.It will turn the foundation for the fence, which will serve as an additional protection installed material from contact with the soil, and thus prolong its service life several times.