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I would try this cheap and simple solution. Get two from HomeDepot and fasten the fence top rail to the wood wall. Home Depot


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Your fence/gate does not need to be perpendicular with the walk. Run it straight between the corner of the house and the corner of the garage. You will need one secure post on the concrete to allow for your gate. Build a triangle foot for that post and blue-bolt it to the concrete.


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Though the gate doesn’t need a striker plate, you do need to carefully cut the hole in the shape of a striker plate and at the right place on the rail. That’s tough and I sure would like to hear any tricks there are to it. In addition, ground heaving and other factors often cause the posts to move. Though gate hinges can adjust out most of this, it may be ...


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