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    Q. What is the preferred method to set fence posts? My 5-foot-tall solid-picket privacy fence has had some issues over the past 10 years. The latest problem is posts set in concrete that have snapped.

  • Quikrete Fence & Post Concrete Mix Canadian Tire

    Quikrete Fence and Post Concrete Mix is ideal for setting posts and small concrete projects that require quick setting; Dries within 20 minutes; Use where a thickness of 2" (5 cm) is required; Eliminates need for bracing posts, construction delays, rain washouts and unwanted depressions; Approximately 4000 PSI in 28 days ; Size: 30 kg (66 lbs) SPECIFICATIONS. Chemical Form: Powder. Package

  • Quikrete FENCE N' POST Concrete Mix 30kg The Home

    QUIKRETE FENCE N POST Concrete Mix is a fast setting concrete used for setting posts and for small concrete projects such as footings. Use where a thickness of 2 inches (5 cm) is required. Sets in 20 minutes; Eliminates need for bracing posts, construction delays, rain washouts and unwanted depressions; Approximately 4000 PSI (27.6 Mpa) in 28 days ; Only available in Ontario except for

  • Should I set fence posts in dirt, gravel, crushed rock, or

    The car shattered two 4x4 posts, a gate, and several rails, a 3rd posts was pulled from the ground, and every other post along the run tilted about 5 degrees including a 6x6 corner post; 10 posts had to be reset in all. Our neighbor (whose fence was also hit) had concrete footers, which were pulled from the ground, or shifted several inches but left in the ground. His footers had to be removed

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    The answer depends on where you live. If you live someplace with heavy clay soil and a brutal freeze-thaw cycle, like I do, then pretty much everything is a better choice than concrete. Around here, the water is held against the post by the clay s...

  • How Many Bags of Concrete for a Fence Post? HGTV

    2019-10-07· Fast-setting concrete is ideal for installing fence posts since it doesn't need to be mixed in a bucket or a wheelbarrow. Once you’ve finished digging your post holes, add about three to four inches of gravel into the bottom and compact it using a post or a 2x4. Then, set your post in place and use a level to ensure that it’s perfectly vertical. Stake your post in place with two braces and

  • How to make a concrete fence post thompsons fencing

    2015-12-21· This video shows how concrete fence posts and concrete panels are made. Thompsons fencing allows us to set how the molds are prepared and poured using their

  • Concrete is a no-no for fence posts National Columns

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  • Setting fence posts in gravel rather than concrete and

    2010-06-15· Setting fence posts in gravel rather than concrete and other fence tips and tricks? Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last. Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of 25 Thread Tools. Show Printable Version; Display. Linear Mode ; Switch to Hybrid Mode; Switch to Threaded Mode; 06-15-2010, 10:12 AM #1. IHDiesel73L. View Profile View Forum Posts Silver Member Join Date May 2010 Posts 140. Setting fence posts

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  • Quikrete Fence & Post Concrete Mix Canadian Tire

    Quikrete Fence and Post Concrete Mix is ideal for setting posts and small concrete projects that require quick setting; Dries within 20 minutes; Use where a thickness of 2" (5 cm) is required; Eliminates need for bracing posts, construction delays, rain washouts and unwanted depressions; Approximately 4000 PSI in 28 days ; Size: 30 kg (66 lbs) SPECIFICATIONS. Chemical Form: Powder. Package

  • QUIKRETE 30KG Fence N Post Lowe's Canada

    Use for setting fence post, mailbox posts, and swing sets Eliminates need for bracing posts, construction delays, rain washouts and unwanted depressions Approximately 4000

  • How to make a concrete fence post thompsons fencing

    2015-12-21· This video shows how concrete fence posts and concrete panels are made. Thompsons fencing allows us to set how the molds are prepared and poured using their

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    A well-constructed fence can protect privacy, define your property, and enhance curb appeal. But before you decide to put one up yourself, learn how to set your fence posts properly to ensure that

  • The Best Fence Post Removal Trick The Family Handyman

    2019-03-20· I’ve tried a lot of different methods for removing 4×4 fence posts sunk in concrete, but this fence post removal strategy the easiest one I’ve found. Screw a piece of scrap 2×4 to the post a couple of inches from the ground, put a landscape timber alongside as a fulcrum, and use a long metal bar as a lever. Just stand on the bar, and the post and concrete footing will usually pop right

  • How to set and align fence posts

    For fence post setting in concrete, you can use a lean mix, with only a third the cement needed for a walkway mix. A mix of 1 part (by volume) cement, 3 parts sand, and 5 parts gravel is good. Keep the mix rather dry. To extend the mix, keep a supply of washed rocks on hand, and place them around the perimeter of the holes as you pour. Using dry concrete mixes (cement, sand, and gravel all in

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    Concrete would be rodded and the posts tapped to help consolidate the concrete and I would set braces and check for plumb. My next fence project is a 6' PT privacy fence using 6x6 PT posts. I was researching the possibility of using a bracket to set in the concrete during which I was surprised to see that there are those with the opinion that using gravel is a better method.

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  • Setting Posts in Concrete vs. Gravel vs. Expanding Foam

    2016-02-02· If the privacy fence has significant area there could be a lot of wind load, unlike with a fence post. I had a privacy fence installed by the "pros". Supposedly they set the posts 40" deep in concrete. Turns out they used the type of mix you just dump dry in the hole w/o water, and the ground moisture is supposed to set the concrete. It never

  • 4x4 Posts In Concrete Vs. Saddles Decks & Fencing

    2009-08-16· 99% of the fence guys out there drop the post and the crete in the hole, plumb and line it, then they take there big hoof and slide a little dirt up and around their newly completed project. the dirt is the major culprit in fence post rot. dirt harbors the insects, moisture, and organic matter for fungus. take the extra time, add a little extra conc. and "finish" it so that water and debris

  • Quikrete Fence & Post Concrete Mix Canadian Tire

    Quikrete Fence and Post Concrete Mix is ideal for setting posts and small concrete projects that require quick setting; Dries within 20 minutes; Use where a thickness of 2" (5 cm) is required; Eliminates need for bracing posts, construction delays, rain washouts and unwanted depressions; Approximately 4000 PSI in 28 days ; Size: 30 kg (66 lbs) SPECIFICATIONS. Chemical Form: Powder. Package

  • SIKA Fast Setting Fence Post Mix 979 ml 465222 RONA

    This product is easy to use and suited for all types of fence posts (wood, steel, PVC). 1-year warranty on material only. Product specifications. Component. Polyurethane. Color. Green. Packaging. 979 ml (33.1 oz) Warranty. 1 year warranty on material only. Type. Fast setting. Utilization. For all types of fence posts. You may also like. BOMIX. All-Purpose Concrete Mix 30 kg. Format 30KG

  • The Best Fence Post Removal Trick The Family Handyman

    2019-03-20· I’ve tried a lot of different methods for removing 4×4 fence posts sunk in concrete, but this fence post removal strategy the easiest one I’ve found. Screw a piece of scrap 2×4 to the post a couple of inches from the ground, put a landscape timber alongside as a fulcrum, and use a long metal bar as a lever. Just stand on the bar, and the post and concrete footing will usually pop right

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  • How to set and align fence posts

    For fence post setting in concrete, you can use a lean mix, with only a third the cement needed for a walkway mix. A mix of 1 part (by volume) cement, 3 parts sand, and 5 parts gravel is good. Keep the mix rather dry. To extend the mix, keep a supply of washed rocks on hand, and place them around the perimeter of the holes as you pour. Using dry concrete mixes (cement, sand, and gravel all in

  • How to Cement a Post in the Ground: 9 Steps (with Pictures)

    2020-08-24· Plan on making the hole for the post 3 times wider than the width of the post and 1/3 deeper than the height of the post. Use your post hole digger to dig out the hole, then layer the bottom 6 inches with gravel. Then, place your post in the center, mix your concrete, and pour it into the hole. Leave 2 to 3 inches at the top so you can cover it with soil. Although fast-setting concrete can dry

  • How to Set Fence Posts That Won't Rot (DIY) The Family

    Cedar has a reputation for durability, but unless a few guidelines are followed, cedar posts can fail in as few as five years. Three factors contribute to this early failure: poor drainage, low-quality wood and poor protection against insect damage. Here's how to install new cedar fence posts and avoid the problems that made your old posts rot.

  • Setting Posts in Concrete vs. Gravel vs. Expanding Foam

    2016-02-02· If the privacy fence has significant area there could be a lot of wind load, unlike with a fence post. I had a privacy fence installed by the "pros". Supposedly they set the posts 40" deep in concrete. Turns out they used the type of mix you just dump dry in the hole w/o water, and the ground moisture is supposed to set the concrete. It never

  • Concrete Added Over Existing Concrete In Fence Post

    2015-08-02· Concrete Added Over Existing Concrete In Fence Post Hole I'm a little surprised though that the fence posts, in clay, would not be firm enough to stay tight and strait if compacted when backfilled. I don't think you have to worry about frost heave with a PVC fence. _____ Tom gebcon 07-25-2015, 08:03 AM #8: SmallTownGuy. John the Builder . Trade:

  • 4x4 Posts In Concrete Vs. Saddles Decks & Fencing

    2009-08-16· 99% of the fence guys out there drop the post and the crete in the hole, plumb and line it, then they take there big hoof and slide a little dirt up and around their newly completed project. the dirt is the major culprit in fence post rot. dirt harbors the insects, moisture, and organic matter for fungus. take the extra time, add a little extra conc. and "finish" it so that water and debris

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    concrete and crusher dust for fence posts. How to Strengthen Fence Posts Without Pouring Concrete Home Poured concrete is a top choice for setting fence posts in the ground and while it pieces of varying sizes, including some gravel dust for the best compaction.Build a Simple Fence · PaverSearch: Installation of Granite Natural Stone Pavers Get price. Concrete The Home Depot

  • How to Replace a Fence Post in Concrete: 15 Steps (with

    2019-03-29· To remove a fence post secured by concrete, start by disconnecting the post from the fence itself. Then, dig a hole around at least 1 side of the post, exposing the concrete and giving it some wiggle room. If the post is loose, you may be able to simply lift it up by hand. If it is stuck, try connecting the post to a jack via a thick chain, then slowly pump the device until it pops out.

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    The average wood fence post seems to be a square timber that is a 4-inch by 4-inch post or possibly a 6-inch by 6-inch post. The surface area of the post in the soil is what determines how quickly a fence will tip in the wind. Smaller fence posts will yield much faster than larger posts assuming both are buried at

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    The Fastest (and Most Foolproof) Way to Install Fence Posts For fence posts that are firmly set and straight, all you need is a good technique, a helpful friend, and the right products.

  • How to prevent wooden fence post rot SFGate

    2013-04-23· Two-inch galvanized steel pipe makes a wonderful fence post. After the pipes/posts have been set and the concrete has dried overnight, galvanized steel brackets are used to bolt 2

  • How to Cement a Post in the Ground: 9 Steps (with Pictures)

    2020-08-24· Plan on making the hole for the post 3 times wider than the width of the post and 1/3 deeper than the height of the post. Use your post hole digger to dig out the hole, then layer the bottom 6 inches with gravel. Then, place your post in the center, mix your concrete, and pour it into the hole. Leave 2 to 3 inches at the top so you can cover it with soil. Although fast-setting concrete can dry

  • Concrete Added Over Existing Concrete In Fence Post

    2015-08-02· Concrete Added Over Existing Concrete In Fence Post Hole I'm a little surprised though that the fence posts, in clay, would not be firm enough to stay tight and strait if compacted when backfilled. I don't think you have to worry about frost heave with a PVC fence. _____ Tom gebcon 07-25-2015, 08:03 AM #8: SmallTownGuy. John the Builder . Trade:

  • How to Set Fence Posts That Won't Rot (DIY) The Family

    Cedar has a reputation for durability, but unless a few guidelines are followed, cedar posts can fail in as few as five years. Three factors contribute to this early failure: poor drainage, low-quality wood and poor protection against insect damage. Here's how to install new cedar fence posts and avoid the problems that made your old posts rot.