11:41AM | 01/16/14
I live on a beach front property and I'm looking at different types of fencing to try to keep all the sand from blowing into my yard and through my open windows. I was wondering if anyone had any experience with "sand fencing" like at or if you would recommend something else like aluminum or vinyl? What has anyone had the most success with?


09:49AM | 01/17/14
Member Since: 01/14/14
85 lifetime posts
That fence will work.
No way would I spend the money on vinyl or aluminum fencing.
Simplest way to install it is with Tee post.

It's best to also buy the tool to install them.

What your going to find out is one side of the fence will have a huge pile of sand on one side a low area on the other side so sometimes the fences needs to be moved to get the desired effect.


05:20AM | 02/18/14
Member Since: 02/07/14
21 lifetime posts
I think you can follow the link for the kind of fencing you want.Its quite easy to do.


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