I've been asked to do some fencing but it's in quite an awkward spot. I do fencing repairs here and there but it isn't my usual line of work. I try to stick to the traditional gardening jobs where possible but during a quiet spell I thought I'd take it on, especially as there was actual gardening to do on the job too.
I've attached a couple of pictures, one looking one way the other is looking back on itself. The customer wants to hide the neighbours fence as it's in a bad way and they're not doing anything to fix it.
Half of the fences length can be dug into the soil and then the posts concreted in. The other half runs along a concrete base where the greenhouse sits, which is square to the greenhouse, but not the neighbouring fence.
I have an issue of a step to deal with (the concrete base), and the issue of trying to keep the fence straight (if I run parallel to neighbour fence, then fence line crosses the edge of the slab).
Does this make senses?
Any advice on how to tackle this?