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Removable Durable Outdoor Gates/Fence?

Discussion in 'Other Equipment' started by take4roll10, May 1, 2019.

  1. take4roll10

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    Hey, does anyone have a recommendation for outdoor fencing to block off a certain area of the yard? Something that is durable and can easily be removed?

    Our yard is all brick/pavers and we have an in-ground pool. The pool is closed right now, so I don't restrict where my dog can go.

    When we open the pool, I don't want my dog to potty near it or anywhere that we'll walk around barefoot, etc. There is an area that I can block off, but I want to be able to remove it when I have company over.

    Any suggestions?
     
  2. ghggp

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  3. take4roll10

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    Is that your yard? That looks great! I think part of the issue is I have no grass at all. My yard is all stones. So I want to put a straight fence from the stairs to the PVC fence (separating my and my neighbor's yard) and then another straight fence from the house to the PVC fence. This will allow me to just open the sliding door and my dog can go out on her own in this little square fenced area to potty. But I'd like to be able to easily remove this fence when we have company over or want to enjoy the pool.

    Maybe we attach garden fencing to a few posts?
     
  4. ghggp

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    Yes, it is my yard.
    This fence is very easy to remove.
    I make a Halloween graveyard and don’t even use the stakes to anchor them. They stand up just fine. However, to be safe I would use the stakes. The fence can just be removed leaving the stakes in the ground.
     
  5. Piper's mom

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    I love that idea Gloria! I have quite a large side yard (too big to not do anything with but too small for anything grand) and I was thinking of putting up a piece of lattice to separate it but then I thought I'd like a gate (that way if I want to relax on the swing I can keep the dogs contained) and this would be great! We have a Lowes here and they have this product! Definitely going to use this!
     

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