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  • #16
    thanks for the right suggestions, unfortunately I have few economic resources, otherwise I would have hired a construction construction company with skilled masons and skilled workers, I have to make do with what little I have, the wind blows at 80 kmhh 100 km / h. I thought of using a 50x 50 x 3 mm thick box-shaped cable, 2 meters long for the vertical upright posts of the uprights, 50 cm the planting in the ground I do a little excavation and there is a bit of concrete like a base structure, like upright to screw the plates I would like to use boxed rectangular cable 50 x 30 x 5 mm, I tie it to the poles, and screw it on the sheet metal panels, to contrast the wind I put diagonal bolts against the wind and chain the structure, believe it can hold up for twenty years?


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    • #17
      Put up a picture of the place you want to build

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        I must protect this site to prevent strangers from entering and injuring themselves or causing damage or theft, what do you recommend?

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        • #19
          A mine field, a moat with hungry alligators and a stone wall.

          You mean...a fence to keep the thieves out.

          My vote is concrete and steel bars, like a wrought iron fence. Will let plenty of wind through yet do as much as anything else to keep honest people honest.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by pietromarruggio View Post
            I must protect this site to prevent strangers from entering and injuring themselves or causing damage or theft, what do you recommend?
            Anything that keeps the dogs in.

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              this marked area, is a road of passage, little frequented, therefore I have to protect it, a child could come in and get hurt, curious people and injured, evil intentions and vandalize the yard or take away and steal household goods, I put poles in crossbars and frontally we screw the panels, of course the panel covers the view with prying eyes, it is economical, only I have to realize a sturdy frame on which to fix the panels, in case of storm or strong wind, the sail generated by the surface of the panels, could make the structure take off, what do you recommend? thank you

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              • #22
                There are no "everything proof" fences. Put it up, when it's damaged, fix it.

                Concrete and steel. I recommend concrete and steel.

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                  tool to drill holes and insert poles in the ground, I would like to know which section I have to make poles and crossbars, now there are steel rod pegs for concrete reinforcements nailed into the ground and a ridiculous construction net that is been torn by the wind and the curious, I can not keep open, if it hurts some child and or some intruder that comes in I am responsible, what advice?



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                  • #24
                    Did you ever finish the other project you started? I know Rome wasn't built in a day and all, that things take time, but how's that coming along? Or are you multi tasking? Sounds like you need help? How about offering a two week Euro working holiday? I'm thinking a week worth of work, a little sweat effort builds a fence, another week enjoying the sights, drinking wine and eating the local foods?

                    That said,
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                      I have to give priority to this project for safety reasons, but I will be able to do them at the end of July and August, during the vacane period, but I need to know what kind of material to find, I have to hire a van to transport it

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