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For more than 20 years I worked in the construction trades. It was often how I paid for new tools for my woodworking. So When my oldest daughter asked me to help them install a gate in their existing fence, I though I could take that opportunity to make a how to video.
They have an older home with a six foot cedar privacy fence in the backyard. There is an area that needed a gate, as the old one had broken long ago.
In this video, I cover step by step how we built a new gate and integrated it into the existing fence.