Hi there, Jay from Green Side Up and today I’m here with Grant. Grant is responsible for all the carpentry and the fencing from a project management perspective. Today we’re at a project that we just recently finished; a pressure treated privacy fence board-on-board. What we do when we construct fences is we bore post holes down 48 to 52 inches, using a 12 inch auger. Then we typically use a 6" x 6" pressure treated post, fill the hole up to grade with concrete and then we start our framing. When we frame, unlike some of our competitors, we use screws to keep the framing together. Then we finish it off with some post caps – a nice accent piece. Anyways that’s just a short video on fencing, you can feel free to check out our self-serve fencing calculator at www.greensideupcontracting.com Thank you!Fence Calculator Estimate IDFirst Name*Last NamePhoneEmail* Linear Foot of Fence Removal*Fence Removal Per Linear Foot Price: $ 11.00 CAD Total Foot of New Fence*New Fence Style*4" x 4" Friendly Neighbour Pressure Treated4" x 4" Privacy Pressure Treated4" x 4" Board on Board Pressure Treated4" x 4" Horizontal Pressure Treated4" x 4" Horizontal board on board Pressure Treated6" x 6" Friendly Neighbor Pressure Treated6" x 6" Privacy Pressure Treated6" x 6" Board on Board Pressure Treated6" x 6" Horizontal Pressure Treated6" x 6" Horizontal Board on Board Pressure TreatedDetails-Post holes bored down to 48" to 52" < 8" wide post hole - 4" x 4" posts - concrete to grade - posts 6' above grade - fence boards tight on ONE side - mid-range plastic post capsNumber of Pressure Treated Gates*Type of GatePressure Treated GateHST $ 0.00 CAD I have read the Terms and Conditions This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.