building a fence on sloped ground is not that difficult, but there are a few things to consider. a pre-built wood fence would be 'stair-stepped' down the slope and quite easily filled under this does take a bit of work, but does look quite nice as a finished product. if the slope is very severe it
the intrepid diyer and author of remodelando la casa built the deck to compensate for her steeply sloped backyard, wood and everything, but after taking measurements and trying to keep the cost down, we decided to go with a 16 x 16 ft. floating deck. we didnt escape from digging, and it had to be done way down into the ground, below
if your yard is sloped, should you build a stepped fence or a fence that follows the contours of the ground? in this article, we discuss your options. if your yard is sloped, should you build a stepped fence or a fence that follows the contours of the ground? in this article, we discuss your options. how long will my wood or composite deck
access is one of the key factors to how successfully your fence serves you. having gates that work well where needed is essential. when you have a need for a gate in a line of fence on a slope, it presents a unique challenge, which after all is part of what do-it-your-self builders look for in a project.
you have two choices when it comes to putting up a fence on sloped ground -- actually, you have three, because it's possible combine the first two options into another one. two of the options are to follow the slope of the ground with the fence line -- which is called raking -- or to keep the fence line horizontal and follow the ground in steps.