1. Before beginning the installation, plan and measure the fence. When the fence is planned, the starting point should be chosen. It can be a corner, gate or wicket gate. From the starting point, we use the wooden posts and lines to determine the planned course of the fence, taking into account the level of the ground and any faults.
2. Installation starts with digging a pit for the first point foundation. The pit must have vertical walls and a depth consistent with local freezing conditions. Place the post in the excavated hole with the side without felt down. Under the post, you can put concrete tiles or strew hard aggregate, such as crushed stone, to prevent excessive settling. The post must be positioned exactly vertically with a spirit level. We fill the entire excavation space with rare C15 concrete. At a distance corresponding to the length of the slab, we dig a second foundation in which the second post will be embedded.
3. When the first post is placed on the foundation, we prepare the first panel and slide the short edge of the panel into the post felt, so that the record settles where the felt begins. At this stage, using a spirit level, we check the position of the plate, possibly correcting the position of the first post. Then we add more panels, so that the edge of the plate is inserted into the post felt and the weight of the plate rests on the previous plate. Remember to move them vertically (do not move the plates horizontally). After adding the required number of plates, we add the second post and level it by pouring concrete into the excavation, as in point 2.
4. Repeat the steps, treating one of the posts filled as the base post for the next fence span until the required number of spans is reached.