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How to Reinforce a Wooden Post Set in Concrete | Today's ...Setting a wooden post in concrete makes it more stable and secure, but as the wood shrinks over time, it can cause the post to become loose.

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Installing Fence panels with Concrete Posts & dowels - YouTube26 Apr 2012 ... Inherently, the concrete needs a much larger foundation because they weigh so much more than a wooden post. That's generally why they last so much longer. Before I did this vid, I'd never seen the design before and it's become my most popular video by a mile. Read more. Show less. Reply 1. urbanfireblade4 years ago. We have a couple of concrete posts with this design alongside our house, the garden area then has normal 4x4 posts. Must say the concrete ...

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How do I fix a wooden post to a concrete Fence post | DIY Doctor ...Hi I have a fence along the edge of my drive which is made up of wooden panels slotted into concrete slotted fence posts. I would like to put a pair of gates across the drive. I can easily fix ...

How to fit gate posts to a wall | Gate fitting guide - Gate ExpectationsConcreting posts into the ground? Please see our guide showing you how to sink your posts into the ground. With posts that are sunk into the ground the bigger the post size the better, however with wall fixing posts the narrower (to an extent) the better as the gate post or fixing stile is only as strong as the method of fixing to the wall if you opt for something like a 150mm square post then you've got a lot of timber to get through before you get a fixing so in the case of a wall fixing gate ...

POSTFIX Concrete Fence Post Brackets - Promo - YouTube6 Sep 2015 ... postFIX Brackets clamp to SLOTTED AND SOLID concrete Fence posts in seconds....NO DRILLING! Then use our Lift On / Lift Off adaptors to fix Hanging Baskets, ...

Fixing a wooden post to a concrete one | DIY Doctor UK DIY ForumsMy neighbour has installed new fence panels and concrete posts along the boundary between our houses. At the bottom of the garden he has used an intermediate post as the last post. I need to somehow fix a wooden post to the side of this concrete post so I can then attach my fence panel to this i.e. the fence that runs along the bottom of my garden needs to somehow be atteched to the side of the concrete post. Any suggestions as to how to do this? I know concrete ...

How to Install a Fence Post onto Concrete with Wickes - YouTube29 Jan 2016 ... Please try again later. Published on Jan 29, 2016. How to Install a Fence post onto concrete with Wickes Subscribe to the Wickes YouTube channel here: http://bit.ly/1WHJIIr. Enjoy your garden with the Wickes Garden Sheds and Buildings range which includes sheds, summerhouses, greenhouses, log cabins, and arches and arbours made from timber. Click here to find out more: http://www.wickes.co.uk/Products/Gard... Installing a fence post onto concrete is different ...

How To Replace Wood Fence Post and Reuse Concrete Post ...20 Jan 2015 ... http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com... Click on this link for more videos about construction, home repairs and fences. Here's a project I worked on and thought it would make a good video. I ended up digging out a large tree root and removing the old concrete fence post footings and it would've been difficult to poor new footings because the holes would've been much larger. Anyway the video should speak for itself and if it helps and don't forget to hit the old ...

How to Build a Deck: Post Holes and Framing - Lowe'sto help prevent rotting, this deck will have wooden posts attached to concrete footers above ground. For either method, set the footers below the frost line ... Step

Erecting a Fence | Wickes.co.ukMetal post spike - holds each post in a tight grip without the need for nails or screws, and is the ideal solution for erecting wooden fences of all types. Bolt Grip post Spike - A ... be fastened to the support. The Bolt Down post Support is attached to the concrete using Wedge Anchors or similar and the post attached to the support by tightening bolts on the side. ... Securely fix all fence panels to the fence posts with clips screwed into the top and bottom of each post. 5. Once the fence clips ...

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