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  • i.e. not in half brick or into mortar. When sure the positions are correct, drill through the frame and into the wall. Using frame fixing screws, screw the frame to the wall, making sure not to over tighten which may damage the frame. Do the same on the opposite side of the frame. Next, chisel off the excess of the frame packers. Now you can peel off the


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    protection tape from the front of the frame. Using an LMA silicone sealant, seal around the outside of the frame to give a neat finish. Before closing the fence, test all the mechanisms to ensure that the handle and all the locks function correctly. Tighten any of the screws that need tightening. If the fence does not fit in the frame correctly, adjust the


    hinges. Lastly, seal the inside of the fence between the frame and the wall using either a silicone or acrylic sealant. Front fences Are a Quick and Easy Way to Improve the Look of Your Home There are a variety of ways to improve the look of your home and one of the most popular ways is to change/replace your front fence. Front fences are the first


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