Rotted Fence Post Replacement: Substituting posts in a fence is one of the most difficult things about fencing repair. I saw DIYers trying to get the broken fence post out of the ground with everything they could. One of my favourites is what I refer to as the Grand Canyon.You may want to check out Bear fencing companies for more.
This is when a DIY will dig a hole so large that they almost need a cement truck to fill it with enough concrete around the post of the fence. Have you ever dug a hole in your fence for a post? Use the concept of digging an 8-inch diameter hole for a fence post about 2-2 1/2 feet deep against the concrete of the old fence post, if so. Then, to clear a little dirt, take a sharp shooter shovel away from each side of the concrete. Use the post hole digger to remove the little bit of dirt which you have loosened from the post hole. You now have a deep enough hole that, with a little effort, you can use a rock bar to lever the broken post and concrete into the hole you just dug so that it can be easy to lift out. Place the new pole in the hole, take the old hard concrete and use it in the hole as a filler and place as much pre-measured wet concrete as necessary in the hole to fill the ground level and then plumb the pole with a level. To harden the fence panels around the new fence post, you can then wait 24 hours for the concrete or you can go ahead to nail the old or new fence panels to it, re-level the post, and then use an old fence board to support it. Cedar Fence Post: Naturally, cedar is extremely resistant to rot, decay, warping, and bugs when used above ground. The dog fence as an alternative.
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All American Fence Company
523 Ponderosa Drive, Bear, DE 19701
Phone No. : (302) 530-8155