How to Replace Porch Posts?


The first step for anyone who wants to know how to replace porch steps is to install supports to hold up the awning or roof that the posts are holding up. Once your supports are in place, you can remove the old posts.
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1. Measure the length of the post to be replaced, add 1/4 inch to that and cut the same kind of post at that length. 2. Add 12 inches to the 2x4 measurement, cut, place the corner
1 Examine the post. Farm fencing usually only has the corner poles set in cement while suburban wood fences may have every wood post set in cement. Tubular metal posts such as those
First get an 8' treated 6" x 6" Post. Cut it in half and place each half under the porch roof beam at a diagonal on each corner of the porch. Take 3" screws and screw
If it has a nest inside of a hollow post on your porch, it is not likely to be a honey bee, unless you are seeing a great many of them going in and out of that post. If it is very
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Removing porch posts can be quick and simple. Loosen the top and bottom of the post with a hammer. Once it is loose pull the post out. Repeat this step for the ...
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