Easier way to de-construct a wood fence?
I want to remove about six or so boards from a wooden privacy fence, and am planning to reinstall them later. They are secured with 2.5 inch nailscrews. I've tried hammering the boards to remove them, first with a rubber mallet, then a hammer, but except for the first one (which was not attached at all) nothing is happening.
What other ways are there to do this? I only have access from the inside, standing on a ladder and pounding towards myself.
Would a crowbar help? Or is there a specialty tool that would help?
If there is no other way to do it, I would be willing to replace the 6 or so boards that I remove, so sawing them is a option. But that would be more expensive and still leave me with pieces of board attached with the nailscrews.