Vinyl Fence Pickets – If you have ever painted a wooden fence, you know what you have to do each year. Depending on the height and length of the fence, scraping, priming, and painting may seem like an endless process. Fortunately, fencing vinyl picket eliminates the need for paint. After installation, the only maintenance you ever have to do on a vinyl fence is the occasional cleaning of dirt and mildew that can accumulate on vinyl, especially in hot, humid climates.
Measure the length in feet of the area to be fenced with a measuring tape to obtain an exact figure. Measure the distance between each section of vinyl pickets, and mark that measurement on the ground with stakes. Thrust holes for each position with a shovel. Make the hole 30 inches deep and twice the width of the entrance.
Mix the concrete mix with water in a 5-gallon bucket, according to package instructions. using a shovel to mix consistently. Set the post in the hole and pour it around the post until it is even with the floor line. Set up picket sections after the concrete around the posts is dry. Shield and the bottom of decorative limiting caps and balls and send splices with PVC adhesive press firmly on the top of the pole until they snap into place. Remove excess adhesive on the joints to finish your vinyl fence.