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Thread: Cemetery Fence

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    Quote Originally Posted by kurtnotkirk View Post
    Now THAT is nice! I love the rusted paint job, and the bent sections. Great attention to detail! The spanish moss, is that artificial?
    Thanks! The Spanish moss is real.
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    Quote Originally Posted by creeperguardian View Post
    great 8 inches apart is just it thank you so much and the photo helped me how high is your fence im thinking 3ft and how many 10 ft pipes did you need for one 8 ft secetion?
    I wanted a staggered look, so I made my spindles 39", and 36" (before finials). I needed 11 spindles per eight foot section of fence, which required 4 ten foot PVC.
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    Mine are 8 inches apart with the first hole 4 inches from the end then every 8. Creates even spacing. Mine is also arched up from the ends from 28 inches to 33. It takes 7 pieces of 1/2" conduit for two 8' sections. I have the cut plans if interested, just have to find them.

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    This year I made 80' of fence.
    I used ENT (the grey plastic electrical conduit). I decided to use ENT instead of regular PVC, because it was a little cheaper.

    I did 6" spacing, it turned out rather nice, and solid.

    I was cross eyed from all of the drilling...
    "Build a man a fire, he will be warm for a day.
    Light a man on fire and he will be warm the rest of his life"

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    Something to consider... if your fence wraps your entire graveyard, it will actually help keep people out and away from your props. (I remember what I was like when I was a kid. Ha.) So, consider keeping the distance between posts smaller (near 6") rather than larger (near 8"). I used the plastic finials and they're quite sharp, which IMO, also helps keep people at a distance.

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    Some good ideas, I wanna start making one myself before next Halloween.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdubbya View Post
    Thanks! It's a small space, but we cram a lot of bodies into it!
    yea for a small space its awsome i also have a small space so i do what i can to make it work
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbaum View Post
    Mine are 8 inches apart with the first hole 4 inches from the end then every 8. Creates even spacing. Mine is also arched up from the ends from 28 inches to 33. It takes 7 pieces of 1/2" conduit for two 8' sections. I have the cut plans if interested, just have to find them.
    i would be interested in the plans
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    Quote Originally Posted by FearingtonHouse View Post
    Something to consider... if your fence wraps your entire graveyard, it will actually help keep people out and away from your props. (I remember what I was like when I was a kid. Ha.) So, consider keeping the distance between posts smaller (near 6") rather than larger (near 8"). I used the plastic finials and they're quite sharp, which IMO, also helps keep people at a distance.

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    thats what i plan its so it keeps the kids out and the dead in lol
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    yup a cmemetery fence makes a huge difference in a haunt i have seen alot of home haunts with fencing and cant tell you how much it looks so better and realistic
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