How to Install Concrete Fence Posts?

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Fences are installed to protect against external invasion and privacy. to install a post in concrete you will need .put holes in the ground at the spot where the post will go. make a hole 2 feet down the post site. put about 3 inches of gravel in the bottom off the hole and put the post into the hole. Ensure to level the post with bubble level.mix the concrete and add enough water to it to make it thick and pour the concrete into the hole up to the ground. put the post into the concrete and wait for it to dry.
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1. Pound a stake into the ground at each spot where the posts will go. 2. Run a string around the perimeter of your fence line. This will identify potential problems with hedges,
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You will want to have a tool called a "post hole digger" which will make the holes deep enough while keeping them nice and narrow for the fence posts. A length of string
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You could probably use an "EZ-Base" by Simpson Strong-Tie to connect 4x4 posts to the top of the concrete wall, and then use the cable-rail system and a 2x6 cap. To me this
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