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 How to Remove Old 4-x-4 Wood Fence Posts?

Answer An old, worn-out fence isn't doing your property any favor. It can make your property seem neglected, and it won't keep intruders off your yard if it is broken. Once you have removed the fencing, i... Read More »
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How do I install wood fence posts?

Dig the HoleDig a hole that is deep enough for one-third of the length of your post to go into. For instance, if you want a 4-foot fence, buy 6-foot posts. Two feet go into the ground, and the othe... Read More »
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How long do I let concrete dry for wood fence posts?

When you are using cement to set fence posts, you should use fast setting concrete. In 20 minutes the concrete will be set, but you must wait at least four hours before putting up any fencing or ha... Read More »
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How do I attach a wood fence to metal posts?

Attach Brackets to the Metal PostSlide three pipe grip ties over the metal post with the flanges facing you. Tighten the 1/4-inch hex head bolt pre-attached to the pipe grip, fastening it securely ... Read More »
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How deep do wood fence posts have to be?

Fences up to 6 feet high need their posts sunk to 2 feet. Gate posts and end posts need to be at least 3 feet deep. For fences that are higher than 6 feet, sink the posts a little deeper, generally... Read More »
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