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It’s easy to stair step fence panels on a hill or slope. You simply attach each fence panel to a blank post (non-punched), at two different heights, using Straight Mounts. You can also Stair Step and angle off of a blank post using Horizontal Swivel Mounts. You can also use an End Post where 1 fence panel is inserted into the prepunched holes on 1 side of the End Post. Then, you can mount another panel off any of the other 3 “blank” sides at a different height using mounts.

For example, if you have a 3 horizontal rail fence panel configuration, you would order the 2 fence panels, 1 blank post and 6 Mounts (3 for each panel-to-blank-post connection). You can also stair step 2 fence panels at an angle. In this scenario, you would order 2 fence panels, 1 blank post and 6 horizontal swivel mounts (3 for each panel-to-blank-post connection).

Recommendation(s):Automatically Included:Purchase Locally:
4 – 6′ wide panels, cut in half on-site, 4 additional 6′ wide panels. 12 – Blank Posts, 72 Straight Mount brackets.Standard Post Caps for your posts
Panel to post connection hardware
Posts / Mounts sold separately
Cement for in-ground posts, or
Anchor bolts for welded plate.
Recommendation(s):Automatically Included:Purchase Locally:
End Posts were used here. Fence Panels were inserted and set into one side of the post. The fence panel(s) on the other side of the posts were mounted using straight mount brackets. Line Posts were used intermittently — these steps were made after every set of 3 fence panels.Standard Post Caps for your posts
Panel to post connection hardware
Posts / Mounts sold separately.
Cement for in-ground posts, or
Anchor bolts for welded plate.

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