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The last thing you want to do is to attach a fence to a house or any other building structure. The answers provided are for installing wooden fence, where you would install the post near the house wall and close the gap opening by extending the fence rails within a inch or so, where the pickets or boards could be nailed. For those of you that want to install ...
I think it would be easier to put the rock down afterwards (or at least after setting the posts but before adding the fencing) as you won't have to deal with the rock being present while you are trying to dig holes for the posts.
If i understand the question, you want to use these blocks to create a retaining wall for your patio? the patio will be enclosed by these walls? A 28" wall made from solid block is fairly heavy and might settle if not built on a footing or well compacted gravel base. You didn't mention what part of the country you are in. If you are in an area with ground ...
First the blocks you are describing seem plenty big enough for a 28" wall. You are talking about 7 blocks high. I would personally use a taller block but I like making the install go easy. Smaller blocks I believe are more work. I have used LIQUID NAILS® Landscape Block, Stone & Timber Adhesive However I only glue the caps (top layer to the ...
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