attaching fencing to a wall

Wall Top Fencing - Countryside Gates

Topping your existing wall with fencing is a great way to increase the height of a low wall for added security or privacy. There are a variety of different methods of securing the fencing depending on the age and stability of the wall. Browse the selected style below for just some examples of Wall top fencing. 4 in this category【Get Price】

Can my Neighbour attach a fence to my wall?

The Act does cover “Party Fence Walls” which are considered to be a wall of solid structure that sits astride a limit and not being part of a structure. Any works to such walls that would be deemed notifiable under the Party Wall Act would likewise apply to Party Fence Walls. Lumber fencing precast concrete posts with infill panel fencing etc would not be considered to be a Party Fence.【Get Price】

Attaching reed fencing to a brick wall in The AnswerBank.

What is the best way to attach reed fencing to a brick wall? Our neighbour has just built a new brick wall but it is only about 2 - 3ft high and as much as we like them we wouldn't mind a bit of privacy! We have permission to do it but I really don't want to start demolishing their wall by accident! Any advice would be great. Thanks.【Get Price】

Neighbour fixing fence gate to my property.

A neighbor has erected a a fence that is approx 9ft from the ground where the posts are set into. It is on her land but she has also attached part of it to the side wall of our property (not a party wall). She has also attached a gate to the same wall. Their used to be a gate their but it was a much lighter construction.【Get Price】

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