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  1. Building & Construction
    My fence has several exposed metal posts. I am about to have my fencing restained, so I think it would be a good time to cover them. I would like to DIY, but having a hard time finding good instructions. I think it would be as simple as buying 3 - 1"x6"x6' dog ear fence pickets, and securing...
  2. Landscaping & Lawn Care
    We moved recently and must put up fencing for our horses again. A friend offered us some used treated wood fence posts. I don't want to replace them in a couple of years due to rot... Does it work to re-treat them, and if so, what's best to use? 2nd question: We use 2 strands of high...
  3. Landscaping & Lawn Care
    Hello all. I need to put a privacy fence in my backyard. To start figuring out the size and position I bought an 8' 4x4 post (cut it in 2) and two concrete post holders that sit above ground. The posts just wobble. I understand that a 4x4 post is not 4x4 but why is the post holder post...
  4. Landscaping & Lawn Care
    I am having a new concrete slab poured on my driveway. Once finished I want to install a 5x5 vinyl fence post on top of the slab. It just so happens that part of the slab will be over a poured concrete retaining wall 2' high. So my fence post will be on top of a concrete slab which is on top...
  5. Landscaping & Lawn Care
    Gentlemen, I have been tasked with creating a cheap privacy fence for an upcoming music festival. The fence only needs to be up for 24 hours and will be disposed of at the end, so it will not need to be very expensive or need to withstand too much abuse. The current idea is to take t-posts...
  6. Building & Construction
    I am looking for two things here: One: Some sort of fence post bracket that can hold an actuator. If you don't know what an actuator it, it looks like this; http://img.directindustry.com/images_di/photo-g/electric-ball-screw-linear-actuator-39592-2750857.jpg I have something closer to the...
  7. Landscaping & Lawn Care
    Hi Guys. I am just wondering if their is a tool you can use to remove timber or concrete posts from the ground with having the need of using a breaker? Can anyone help? Links removed
  8. Building & Construction
    I am building a 4ft picket fence on one side of the house with no gate, 14ft long. The problem I'm having on this side of the house is that I can only get down 12"-15" in 2 of the post holes because of what appears to be large boulders. Since this is on the unused side of the house and there is...
  9. Building & Construction
    Hello, I have a broken 4x4 fence post that is cemented into my patio that has broken level to the concrete. Can someone offer me some tips on how I go about repairing or replacing the post? I know I have to remove the post and should probably break up the cement around the post and then...
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