STAIR STEPPING FENCE PANELS
FOR HILLS / STAIRS

It's easy to stair step fence panels on a hill or slope.  At it's core you will be attached 2 fence panels to 1 post at two different heights.  All punched posts are punched 1 inch from the top of the post; therefore, you may use End Posts for stair stepping.  However, many customers find it easier to use blank, non-punched posts as it provides more versatility on-site.

Stair Stepping Bronze Aluminum Fence Panels

 

Style 2 Fence Panels Stair Stepped

 
     
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 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.

 

Commercial Style 4 Stair Stepping

 
     
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 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.

 
Residential Style 10 with Dog Panel Stepped