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I have only done this once, in my own backyard, but I am also in the business of aesthetics, so I thought I would chime in. In my situation we went with option #2. I would not recommend option #3, due to purely aesthetic reasons, unless you would like to keep the fence low all the way down for some reason (light, neighbors wishes, view). Having the gate ...


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I have one side of our garden with wooden post into concrete.The fence and post have been up for more than thirty years.The base where the post meets the concrete is clear of soil.I check this every year and also use a good quality oild based preservative at the bottom of the wooden poste.Again I do this every year.On the other side of the garden I have ...


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The left panel was stained and/or painted. The right panel was left natural and silvered over time (cedar). There's no easy way to match these with an translucent stain short of sanding both panels down to new wood--which would be crazy to do in terms of time and labor. As such, I'd suggest considering an opaque stain and/or paint. Definitely ...



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