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How to install artificial hedges on paling fence

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Tools Needed:

Tape Measure / Scissors / Plastic Ties

① Measure the wall.

Installing artificial hedges on a paling fence is the simplest case. Careful calculation is very important, by doing so, you can avoid too many wastage or less preparation during installation, so as to complete the installation more smoothly and effectively. Firstly, we need to measure the area of the wall with a tape measure, mainly length and width. The calculation formula is length * width/height (for example, the length of your fence * its height).

② Calculate the number of panels.

With the wall area you’ve just measured, you’ll know the quantity of hedge panels you’ll need, just place an order accordingly. Or you can check with our professional team for the numbers in need.

③ Connect the panels together by using the easy snap-to-lock system.

After getting the size of area and the quantity of hedges needed, the third step is to install. The first step is to connect the hedge panels together, just by using the easy-snap-to-lock system which come with the products. Only few operation work will be needed to complete the connection between panels.

④ Fix the panels together as required size.

The connected hedging panels may require some size adjustments, which is certainly a very simple step.

⑤ Fix the aligned panels on the fence with plastic ties.

After adjusting the connected panels to requested size, then just fix the hedge panels on the fence with plastic ties. Be careful to align the panel with the fence to ensure the aesthetics of the installation.

⑥ Trim the extra plastic ties to finish the installation.

The final step is trimming. If there is extra length for the plastic ties, just use scissors to trim the extra length until they fit perfectly.

How to install artificial hedges on timber cladding wall

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Tools Needed:

Tape Measure / Scissors / Plastic Ties / Staple Gun

① Measure the wall.

Installing artificial hedges on a paling fence is the simplest case. Careful calculation is very important, by doing so, you can avoid too many wastage or less preparation during installation, so as to complete the installation more smoothly and effectively. Firstly, we need to measure the area of the wall with a tape measure, mainly length and width. The calculation formula is length * width/height (for example, the length of your fence * its height).

② Calculate the number of panels.

With the wall area you’ve just measured, you’ll know the quantity of hedge panels you’ll need, just place an order accordingly. Or you can check with our professional team for the numbers in need.

③ Connect the panels together by using the easy snap-to-lock system.

After getting the size of area and the quantity of hedges needed, the third step is to install. The first step is to connect the hedge panels together, just by using the easy-snap-to-lock system which come with the products. Only few operation work will be needed to complete the connection between panels.

④ Fix the panels together as required size.

The connected hedging panels may require some size adjustments, which is certainly a very simple step.

⑤ Secure the panels with a staple gun.

Our preferred installation method and the easiest way to install vertical garden and hedge panels on wood is to nail the panels directly into place. The tools you need are: 1 stable Gun + staples. We use staples gun and staples to install the hedge panel on the wooden wall, which can stabilize the hedge panel and prolong the service life.

⑥ Trim the extra plastic ties to finish the installation.

The final step is trimming. If there is extra length for the plastic ties, just use scissors to trim the extra length until they fit perfectly.

How to install artificial hedges on brick or concrete wall

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Tools Needed:

Tape Measure / Scissors / Plastic Ties / Staple Gun / Cordless Drill / Steel Wire Grid

① Measure the wall.

Installing artificial hedges on a paling fence is the simplest case. Careful calculation is very important, by doing so, you can avoid too many wastage or less preparation during installation, so as to complete the installation more smoothly and effectively. Firstly, we need to measure the area of the wall with a tape measure, mainly length and width. The calculation formula is length * width/height (for example, the length of your fence * its height).

② Calculate the number of panels.

With the wall area you’ve just measured, you’ll know the quantity of hedge panels you’ll need, just place an order accordingly. Or you can check with our professional team for the numbers in need.

③ Connect the panels together by using the easy snap-to-lock system.

After getting the size of area and the quantity of hedges needed, the third step is to install. The first step is to connect the hedge panels together, just by using the easy-snap-to-lock system which come with the products. Only few operation work will be needed to complete the connection between panels.

④ Fix the panels together as required size.

The connected hedging panels may require some size adjustments, which is certainly a very simple step.

⑤ Measure to define the fixed point.

Because brick or concrete wall is different from other walls, it is necessary to confirm the number of fixed points. Getting the number of fixed points can also better help the installation of hedge on the wall. Because the walls in this case are very hard, this step is more difficult.

⑥ Fix the steel wire grid on the wall.

After determining the fixed point, fix the grid board on the wall. The tool used is cordless drill. It looks very complex, but it is actually a very simple step. Just pay attention to the safety of use. With the support of wire mesh, the hedge panel can be more stably installed on the wall, and the fixation will be easier.

⑦ Fix the panels on the steel wire grid with plastic ties.

Plastic ties need to be used in this step, because the hedge panel needs to be fixed to the wire mesh, and the plastic tie is more convenient and removable. Fix the artificial fence board with plastic ties, and cut the excess part of the ties with scissors until satisfactory.

⑧ Trim the extra plastic ties to finish the installation.

The final step is trimming. If there is extra length for the plastic ties, just use scissors to trim the extra length until they fit perfectly.

Conclusion

Whether you want to install artificial hedges on a fence or a concrete wall, there is a way to install EdenVert's products perfectly. If your installation location or shapes are different, you can also contact our professional team for advice.

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