A simple frame of treated 2x4's with 1/4" hardware cloth makes a quick sieve to catch the chunks and let the good stuff through.
We built a fence to make a dog kennel, leaving gaps between the pickets so the critters could see their surroundings (and bark at everything).
We spent a little time to rig up a jig for quickly laying out the fence pickets.
A simple set-up on the miter saw allows for fast production of pickets with snipped corners.
When a solid 6-foot fence isn't high enough, extend the fence with tight-pattern lattice set into custom-made frames.
All we needed was a little panel of lattice. Instead of buying a whole sheet, we just built a panel from slats.
A 3-foot wide gate with a diagonal cross-brace is easy to build and hang.
I needed a gate big enough to drive a car through.
The heavy 8-foot gate needed a serious post and hinges to support all that weight.
The homeowner needed a shed moved, so I braced it and towed it across the yard with my truck.
I added legs and braces to an old table top to make an outdoor workbench.
This simple deck project involved handrails and stairs.