if it is a chain link fence; you can add 'slats' to weave them in the chain link holes to create a privacy fence - they sell them pretty cheap in pvc version in decent colors. they also make a black like fabric that you can tie onto the fence that is often used in city construction projects to block view. hope this helps
the post for a typical chain link fence are usually thin wall tubing, they are not strong enough to handle the wind load of a solid privacy fence. plus, like you already stated, the post are on 10' centers. vinyl privacy fence is typically 6' or 8' centers. pull the chain link post up and install the vinyl post, you'll be glad you did.
chain-link fences have bordered american yards for more than a century, and with good reasontheyre cheap, easy to install, and durable. but the steel perimeters signature open weave left renter and smile and wave blogger, rachel denbow, feeling exposed to nosy neighbors and passing cars. the problem wasnt just peop
tie the panel to your fence with rope. lift the panel off the ground, placing it where you want it to hang across your fence. then, use pieces of rope or bungee cords to secure the panel to the top rail of your chain link fence. use more pieces to secure the panels bottom end to the fence as well.
best answer: that sounds kinda hillbilly. they do make plastic pieces that slide into chain link fence. use that or replace the fence with a privacy fence. however you need to talk to the neighbor first. fences are on property lines and are basically owned by both parties. you could get the neighbor to pay
chain-link fences have bordered american yards for more than a century, and with good reasontheyre cheap, easy to install, and durable. but the steel perimeters signature open weave left
can i attach privacy fence panels to an existing chain link fence? will it support the weight? fence is needed in a hurry so i don't want to have to take down the old fence and dig new holes.