"LOVE these. And I never provide customer feedback. So much better than what's available at the local garden store--I'd call yours "heirloom pieces" while the local ones are only a bit heavier than garden variety (haha) tomato baskets and wouldn't last more than a few years. Price points are comparable for both. If you could find your way into the Chicago North Shore market--even the farmers market circuit--I think you'd sell a lot. Thank you! Fran"
Two Ways to Install Fence on a Hillside or Slope
We best explain how to install our fencing on a hill or grade by using narrow, partial panels and stepping up or down the slope, or by using racked panels - which angle the verticals to keep the lines running smooth along the grade. So, what if your yard slopes severely to allow water runoff? The information, pictures and video help show the two ways we produce fence to work on a slope.
Racked Panel on Grade - We weld special panels, called racked panels. following a slope inch by inch. We calculate the inches per foot based off measurements provided by you, so measure twice to be detailed. We set up our fabrication machinery for the racked panels based on your precise measurements and our calculations.
Stepped Slope Approach - Customers buy single hoop partial panels, placing each panel lower to move down a hill. It's a workable solution especially for small areas of sloping. To transition back to a flat fence run, just add a fence post, then run full panels on the flats.