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Rongee

03:49AM | 04/29/04
Member Since: 04/28/04
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I am building a new home. Need to build a 300 foot fence to keep the dogs in. My thought is to use a combination of stucco, stone and pine logs.

My question is on the stucco. I am planning on using 4 X 4 treated posts. Add to the front and back treat 2 X 8 board. Then stucco this. What are my negatives?

Ron

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homebild

04:59PM | 05/03/04
Member Since: 01/28/03
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"What are my negatives?"

Cost is the main thing.

If you want a fence why not consider chain link or another traditional fence design?

A 'stucco' or any other masonry type fence will quickly break the bank since they could cost anywhere from 10-20x what any other type traditional fence will.


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