The Installation of Vinyl Fencing on a Large Farm Property

Installing a vinyl fence is a pretty straightforward process. In the past we have compared it to laying “lay and snap” flooring. Once you have the hang of it, the installation flows pretty smoothly. No matter how easy it will seem, installing a vinyl fence on a large property brings its own set of rules and restrictions. You may face different terrain on a large farm property so it is important to go into the installation process with your eyes open and a strong knowledge on how you plan to approach the installation.

It is important to know your layout and design before beginning. Drawing a diagram is a good place to start so you will know ahead of time where you will have to dig your post-holes. Your terrain on a large property may vary from one side of the property to the other so make sure that if you are going from grass to hard packed dirt you equate for this and obtain any necessary equipment. If your farm property is on a slope then consider which method you will use for the installation of your vinyl fence. The racking method will have the top rail at a slant while the stepping method will keep the top rail straight by lowering and raising the posts to accept the depth difference.

You can find a comprehensive vinyl fence installation guide for your farm property here on our Vinyl Fence Installation page.