Do you have to put concrete around a fence post?

Answer On One Hand: Concrete Adds StabilitySetting a fence post in concrete makes it easier to align the post because there is less tamping, or packing down of the soil, needed to secure the post. Concret... Read More »

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How much concrete do I need for a fence post hole?

It is recommended to dig a hole, in depth, that is one-third the height of the fence post. Set the post into the hole and fill the remaining space with concrete. There is no specific amount of conc... Read More »

How much concrete is needed for a metal fence post?

The size of the hole determines the amount of concrete that's required. A 60 lb. bag of Quikrete concrete fills a 10-inch diameter hole 2 feet deep using a 4-inch diameter pole.Source:Quikrete Se... Read More »

How to Set a Wood Fence Post Using Dry Ready-Mix Concrete?

Wood fence posts are commonly used to support a variety of fencing materials including wood, wire and plastic. Serving to fence small and large animals alike, wood fence posts are available in diff... Read More »

How do I dig fence post holes?

Stake out the area to be fenced and mark each post location. The fencing material used, soil type and area climate determines how many fence posts you will need, but the typical distance between po... Read More »