How to Install Grand Slam Fencing
July 07, 2016
With baseball season in full swing and summer just around the corner, there’s never been a better time to get Grand Slam Fencing for your child’s Little League games—or even your own recreational league softball or kickball games.
Portable fencing is perfect for your local park or your school playing fields, and Grand Slam Fencing is one of the best on the market. It’s soft, yet durable and comes in a variety of colors and add-on options to make any old field into a ballpark. And if a ballpark isn’t exactly what you had in mind—no worries. Grand Slam Fencing can be used for entirely different purposes other sports, including concerts, event spaces, school field days and many more.
Easy to set up and convenient to tote around, Grand Slam Fencing is scoring home runs around the country. Want to know exactly how easy it is to install? See for yourself with the quick Grand Slam Fencing installation steps below. You’ll be up and swinging in no time.
Installing Grand Slam Fencing Instructions
- 1. Lay out Grand Slam Fencing along the desired field dimension lines.
- 2. Simply slide poles into the durable slots woven into the fence. Insert each pole beginning in the first slot down from the yellow top and continue through the remaining three slots. Each pole is designed for installation at 10’ intervals—additional slots are woven at 5’ intervals for supplementary poles, if desired.
- 3. Attach slot in yellow fence top to cap through latch
- 4. Mark the location for each pole and then drill using an auger (included). Using a rubber mallet or ground socket with driving tool (also included), install pole approximately 12” into the ground.
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- 5. With the end pole installed in the ground, pull the fence taut and tight at the next pole and mark the location on the ground for the installation of the pole or ground socket. Drill and install.
Note: For one-piece 200’ and 300’ home run distance fence packages, end poles are specially reinforced and marked. For smaller packages, any pole may be used as an end pole.
- 6. Work your way down the fence one pole at a time until the entire fence section is installed. The last end pole can be angled slightly away from the fence to maintain tautness.
- 7. Put the finishing touches by trimming both ends of fence within 2’ of the end pole or as desired. Alternatively, the fence can be wrapped around the end pole and secured with cable tie or cord (not included).
- 8. Batter up!
‘Tis the season—baseball season—to get a high-performance, ultra durable and conveniently portable Grand Slam Fence for your league or next event. Play ball!
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