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EZFence2Go DIY Fence Solutions from ActiveYards

" can do it...we will help!"

Buying your fence system first, and arranging for your own installation saves BIG.


The EZFence2Go system from ActiveYards takes DIY fencing to the next level thanks to ease of installation, total customization and next generation technology. Packaged in kits, it represents a high quality but cost effective solution for those customers with a do-it-yourself mindset.

With a fast and effective installation method that takes customers from selection to preparation and then assembly in 3 easy steps, EZFence2Go is the best way to enhance your property with an ActiveYards fence system. We offer flexible delivery and assembly options, allowing customers to pick up orders and manage the installation themselves. Whether it be a DIY project or you hire a local contractor, you will know you start with a complete system that best suits you.

Family Carrying Fence

It's As Easy As





Measure the perimeter of your yard, but first:

  • Confirm your property line.
    In order to get accurate measurements, you need to know
    exactly where your property line is.
  • Locate underground utilities.
    Underground utility lines will affect where your fence posts can be placed.
  • Research local zoning codes and restrictions.
    Some cities and neighborhoods have restrictions on fencing.
  • Check for obstructions.
  • Check where frost line is.
  • Mark and measure your yard.
    Note: Where there are sections of yard less than 8 feet in length, panels can be cut down.




3 Install


  • Torpedo Level
  • Circular Saw
  • Ready Mix Concrete (1½ Bags per Post)
  • Post Hole Digger
  • Digging/Tamping Bar
  • Stakes and String
  • Tape Measure
  • Certain styles require additional tools (please consult with a dealer or call the ActiveYards Support Center at 888.549.7350)


Be sure to take a complete inventory of all parts using the kit contents. Do not attempt to assemble the fence if parts are missing or damaged.

How To Install

  • Mark the fence location using string and line stakes.
  • Starting with a corner or an end post; dig holes 6” to 12” in diamter and 24” to 36” deep (depending on style). Use the Center-to-Center measurements of the fence style being installed for post distance. Dig next hole. (Suggestion: do not dig more than 1 hole ahead until you are confident in your spacing)
  • Set post to plumb level, tamp and secure, then insert or assemble section. Repeat. (If you need to shorten a section; cut rails at desired length. You may need to modify rails to insert into the post.)
  • Upon completion of a “line”, step back and observe. You may want to lower posts (block of wood on top and slam) or raise posts to match the “grade” (pry, and re-tamp).
  • Follow up specific instructions for gates.
  • Clean, wipe down, spread some grass seed and enjoy!