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You will need to know the height of the fence and the length of the fence

square feet is the product of length by height s o you will have to calculate to get to the number quated

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

I am assuming you are talking about fencing in 3 sides of an area with each side being 25 feet long. Linear feet refers to only the running length of the fence. It doesn't care about height. For example, you fence will be 75 linear feet long...three sides each 25 feet. The price per linear foot already takes into account the fence height. For example, you say that the fence you want is about $15.00 per linear foot. For the sake of argument, say your fence is 4 feet high. If you were to change to a 3 foot high fence, the cost per linear foot would be less since there is less fencing material. If you wanted to up the height to 6 feet, the price would rise accordingly.

Mar 06, 2015 | Home Fencing

Linear feet is just the length of the fence in feet.

Linear just means how many straight feet it is.

Hope this helps.

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Linear just means how many straight feet it is.

Hope this helps.

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Thank you.

Sep 02, 2014 | Home Fencing

Normally, there is no conversion needed between linear feet and regular feet. Linear feet is just simply stating "1100 feet in a straight line". Etrix_new is exactly right, we would need to see if the fence would be laid in a straight line, or if there would be turns and different heights. Respond back if you can! http://www.holmanfence.com/pvc-fencing.html

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Jun 19, 2014 | Heating & Cooling

It depends on the shape of the property.

The minimum amount will be about 1975 feet if the property is circular. If it's square you'll need about 2228 feet. If the property is 310,365 feet by one foot then you need 620,732 feet.

The minimum amount will be about 1975 feet if the property is circular. If it's square you'll need about 2228 feet. If the property is 310,365 feet by one foot then you need 620,732 feet.

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Since "square feet" is a measure of area, the area of 350 square feet is 350 square feet.

Or are you asking for the the largest area you can fence off with 350 feet of fencing? With 350 feet of fence material, you could enclose a square 87.5 feet on a side with an area of 7656.25 square feet. Alternatively you could enclose a circular area of a bit more than 9748.24 square feet.

Or are you asking for the the largest area you can fence off with 350 feet of fencing? With 350 feet of fence material, you could enclose a square 87.5 feet on a side with an area of 7656.25 square feet. Alternatively you could enclose a circular area of a bit more than 9748.24 square feet.

Dec 19, 2013 | webmath.com

At this stage, with the posts already bought, I would say concrete is the best way out. Dig holes twice the size of the posts, or more, two and a half feet deep and set the posts. Make sure the spacing is perfect, so the fencing fits properly. You may need spacers and supports to set the posts straight and true.

Set the posts high enough to support your fence. Sketch it out, the posts may not have to be as tall as the fence, they only have to reach the top horizontal board.

Set the posts high enough to support your fence. Sketch it out, the posts may not have to be as tall as the fence, they only have to reach the top horizontal board.

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Jun 23, 2013 | Home Fencing

Most guys will attach a sacrificial particleboard sub top about 24" deep (per model) then towards the back of the saw attach a 3-4" square particle board rip, screw it down, then attach a 5/4 to 6/4 square maple fence approx. 4" tall and attach that to the 3-4" wide rip of particle board. then place a additional particleboard top in front of the maple fence. That will give you a 3-1/4" tall fence. all you would need to do is sqare it to the blade and attach it to the saw. Hope this helps

Nov 12, 2009 | Delta 10" Radial Arm Saw

You have a dead short to ground somewhere along the fence circuit.Disconnect the leads again,and use a resistance checker to check resistance to ground.(Push a metal rod into the ground to connect one of your leads to,and connect the other lead to the fence.)One or the other fence circuit ends will have a lower resistance to ground.That fence end is closer to the short to ground.Follow that part of the circuit until the resistance to ground is as close to zero as you can find.(taking the ground rod with you as you go)Somewhere in that area you will find your short.

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