Palisade fencing has a very simple structure, consisting of little more than a handful of posts, horizontal rails and numerous wooden or metal slats known as pales. Wooden palisade fencing resembles a traditional picket fence. Steel palisade fencing, often tipped with spiked elements, gives your home a Victorian look while providing additional security. Installing palisade fencing requires minimal tools and relatively simple tasks, though you must allow enough time for concrete to set between steps.
Setting Posts - Remove your fence posts from their packaging. Use your tape measure to determine the exact locations of your posts, based on the length of horizontal rail you intend to place between them.