Oct 20, 1989 . Wobbly wooden fence posts are annoying and can cause other fence parts to loosen. In fences less than 5 years old, the loosening is usually due to improper installation and can be corrected fairly easily. But in older fences, decay is more likely to be the problem. And while strengthening a decayed post..
Classic problem of fence post in concrete rotted out & snapped maybe 6-8 (150-200mm) below ground level so I'm guessing I've got over a foot (300mm) of post sti. . My thought was that a hole would be drilled in the existing continuous footing and an anchor epoxied in place. There are various Simpson..
How to Dig Post Holes. Whether you are building a fence or putting up a flagpole or a bird house on a pole, you may find the need to dig a small diameter hole. Using a shovel for this job means making your hole larger than you need, so you..
That durability can be quite the obstacle, however, for homeowners trying to mount an art installation on a concrete feature wall, drill a hole to set a fence post at . the cosmetic concrete used in modern finishes, so boring through a 50-year-old concrete wall in your foundation with your old-school rotary drill just won't cut it
Watch this video to find out how to attach a wood handrail post securely to concrete using lead shields and a metal post bracket. . Drill holes in the concrete of the right diameter for lead shields using a masonry bit in a hammer drill. Insert lead shields . Attaching stringers to posts when building a wooden fence. Wooden..
Feb 27, 2014 . Fencing Question. Rotten fence post replacement - struggling to get drill holes due to unevenness of concrete. I am trying to replace a fence post that rotten and . 2.. is to remove the old wooden left overs although without the right tools this could be very difficult 3. re level the concrete with fresh concrete to..
Sep 4, 2009 . Dig your holes about 8 inches in diameter if you're using the same posts and backfilling with soil and gravel. One rule of thumb is to make the holes three times wider than the post width, or about 10 1/2 inches for four-by-four posts. Not all fence installers use concrete to set the posts, but the vast majority do
Get a Hammer Drill. All the fasteners shown here require a pilot hole to slip the fastener or anchor into. The best way to drill a hole into concrete, concrete block, mortar . To fix this problem, cut an extra anchor into lengthwise strips with a utility knife and (with the screw removed) drive the strips alongside the existing anchor
Preparation & Planning. Make sure you measure and mark out the concrete correctly before drilling holes for the post support. Bear in mind it'll take two people about half an hour to install a single post into a concrete surface
This how to set of instructions will teach you how to cut a hole through a concrete slab, such as a driveway, sidewalk, or patio, to install a fence post. . The reason you drilled all the holes is so that when you jack hammer the concrete, it doesn't split and send cracks out in every direction. The circle of close holes keeps..
Feb 3, 2018 . Re: Galvanized steel fence posts in existing concrete. « Reply #2 on: February 04, 2018, 11:25:56 AM ». I would core drill a 12" round hole thru the slab, then auger excavate at least 48" down, then encase the full depth post in concrete. Even at this, a hinged gate like that may still sag some. If you have..
Fill That Post Hole With Concrete! When you're building a deck, a fence, a pole building or whatever, everyone thinks that the hole MUST be filled with concrete. I did a little research and on this subject and surprisingly there are a couple websites where this question has been asked with varying answers. All make a case for..
Mar 3, 2015 . claw hammer; electric drill/screwdriver; nails and/or screws; new fencepost; bucket(s) of dirt; shovel; post-hole digger; digging bar with a tamper head . and how well it was set in to begin with, removing the old post can take anywhere from a few minutes to an houreven longer, if concrete was used to..
Jan 20, 2015 . 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..
May 12, 2012 . Apparently, removing the original posts left very large holes, which the previous fence builder filled with concrete. So my buddy is dealing with a lot of . Not only does burying them in concrete make for more work down the line, it actually can speed up the rotting. The concrete creates a collar around the..
Drill a hole into the concrete where the gate posts are to be located. Use a special core drill that is able to drill into concrete without going all the way through the bottom of the material
Feb 17, 2013 . I just went through the process of removing a broken-off fence post without removing the concrete pier. Tough job! I expected it would only . You will probably want to drill pilot holes in the old fence because the wood is probably about shot and won't take a lot of abuse. Anyhow, it's all back together and it..
Jul 17, 1988 . First, drill downward-slanting holes from the lowest areas of sound wood into the rotten wood and toward the center of the post. Fill the holes with copper naphthenate preservative (available at home centers) to halt advancing decay. Next, clean and roughen the top surface of the existing concrete, using..
May 22, 2016 . I wanted to find a way to lift out old fence posts that are embedded in the ground in concrete without having to resort to digging them out of the ground with a shovel, and thereby breaking . Then you want to drill a hole large enough for your spike (in my case, 3/4") through the end of one of the long 4x4's