How To Erect Temporary Fencing – DIY At Bunnings

How To Erect Temporary Fencing – DIY At Bunnings



So today my friend Will and I will be teaching
you to erect a temporary fencing. The reason you would erect a temporary fencing
on a worksite like this is to keep your pedestrians safe. Will, if you could just jump on that side,
mate. No worries. So as you can see here we've already got one
of the blocks installed and it's simple as popping this in like that. So Will my friend if you could just hold on
for a sec. I've got it. So the next step that we're gonna be doing
now is installing the concrete blocks. They will be the main support for our temporary
fencing. Slide it in like so. So what I'm gonna do now is install these
little brackets to hold the two pieces of temporary fencing together. You can purchase these in the store separately. There's a couple of ways to install these. You can either use a cordless drill with a
socket or the old fashioned way with a shifter. When installing these, especially facing onto
a footpath, make sure your flat side is facing out so no potential hazards. Just as easy as slotting right over the top. So now that we've got that nice and secure,
our next step is to put up your safety struts. These'll come with your temporary fencing. So all you need is one of these and two temporary
fence clamps which we saw before and, of course, your trusty friend. Will, would just hold that there for me. Thank you, sir. So what I like to do, I install the top one
first because it's obviously nice and easy. Just as tight as you can with your fingers
and then for the bottom exactly the same thing. Fantastic. So now you can see, we can both let go and
it's not falling over. And all we need to do now is just tighten
the little bolt to the back. Today we'll be installing three of these concrete
blocks to increase our stabilization. Slide straight over the top like that. We council regulations, you do need three
of these because it can become a safety hazard. So there you have it. That's how you install a temporary fencing.

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