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I have a 4 foot high, wood, non-privacy fence that I am considering replacing with a 6 foot high, wood, privacy fence. Other than pulling up the 4 foot high 4x4 posts and replacing them with taller posts, is there a structurally sound way of extending the existing posts to make this task easier?
Connect these 2-foot-tall post segments to the existing posts with a pair of metal ties and screws. Cut the lattice screen panels down to 2 feet, 3 inches tall and cut the width so that it spans between each fence post.
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Extending Wooden Posts - Method 2: Another quality method is to face the 4 x 4 post on four sides with your choice of wood. Use 1" x 6" ripped to fit around the post. A spacer/nailer 4 x 4 must be inserted as an extension to nail the face boards into. This method also gives a 'beefier' look to the post.
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