No, you can attach the wire to your existing fence with cable ties, hook nails or similar. You can also bury it 3 to 5cm underground. This keeps it from being damaged when mowing or edging. When it comes to areas like driveways or gates, there are a number of options to consider. If it is dirt, gravel or similar, simply bury the wire inside a piece of old garden hose or conduit to protect it when being driven over. If the driveway or path is concrete or asphalt, look to place the wire in an expansion joint or seam, it is advisable to secure it in place with some caulking. Where necessary, you may have to cut a groove for the wire, this will require a circular saw with a masonry blade). However, if you feel a bit stuck as to which is the best option, feel free to contact our Service Dept on 1300 032 491 for advise for your particular situation.
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