Watch this video to find out how to attach a wood handrail post securely to concrete using lead shields and a metal post bracket. . on the concrete. Drill holes in the concrete of the right diameter for lead shields using a masonry bit in a hammer drill. . Then you can put your post in place, even trim it out to make it look great
May 12, 2012 . For a 5-foot fence, you'd want an 8-foot post and you'd need a 3-foot hole. Don't cheat by cutting the post shorter. 3. Before you set the post in the hole, place a rock or broken chunk of concrete in the bottom pointy end up if possible. That little footing will give the post something to stand on instead of..
This how to set of instructions will teach you how to cut a hole through a concrete slab, such as a driveway, sidewalk, or patio, to install a fence post. . where the fence face will be, go over a couple of inches to find where the center of the post should be. Mark that spot or go ahead and drill a hole there. I used a 3/4" drill bit
May 22, 2016 . I wanted to find a way to lift out old fence posts that are embedded in the ground in concrete without having to resort to digging them out of the ground with . are finished pulling posts, you can dismantle the device and use the parts as new posts when you rebuild the new fence, and utilizing the same holes
Feb 27, 2014 . 2.. is to remove the old wooden left overs although without the right tools this could be very difficult 3. re level the concrete with fresh concrete to make a more even and easier drilling base or 4. reposition the posts. New holes if there is an easier point to bed the posts. Good luck and I hope I have..
Learn how to install vinyl fencing, learn about different fencing styles and learn how to attach a gate with these helpful instructions from Lowe's. . Concrete that holds the posts needs time to harden before the installation can be finished. Plan the location of the .. Predrill the holes for the hardware on the post and the gate
Holes for concrete screws should be at least 1/4 in. deeper than the screw will penetrate to allow a little extra space for dust accumulation from the drilling process. See the illustration above. But it's not always easy to judge how deep you're drilling. Too shallow and the screw won't go in. And drilling deeper than necessary..
cause fences to lean. When this happens the only permanent solution is to remove the original concrete base, straighten the post and then re-anchor it. Though . hole. 5. Drill the old hole completely through the picket, then bolt the hardware into place. Rust will often cause hinges to freeze and lock into position. Silicone..
Recommended: drill holes (1/4" bit) through the underside of rails to allow water to escape. If your bottom rails have ribs as shown in figure 2, you will need a bit long enough (1/4"x4") to drill through the upper rib. Recommended: If you are filling the inside of your post with concrete you must drill holes to prevent sagging
Jan 20, 2015 . I ended up digging out a large tree root and removing the old concrete fence post footings and it would've been difficult to poor new footings because the holes would've been much larger. Anyway the video should speak for itself and if it helps and don't forget to hit the old thumbs-up button and watch more..
Watching this guide will show exactly what tools you need, and exactly what you need to do - from marking out the concrete to inserting the fence post. Preparation & Planning. Make sure you measure and mark out the concrete correctly before drilling holes for the post support. Bear in mind it'll take two people about half an..
The punch suggested by SpectralGhost is a good idea. If that doesn't work, you can make a jig with three pieces of 2x4. pipe jig. Screw the pieces together and drill a pilot hole for the drill bit (the dotted line) using the same size bit you intend to use on the pipe
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Use a cordless drill to remove any screws securing the post to the rails. 5. Slide a 24-inch-long 2x4 under the fence on each side of the rotted post. 6. Pull the fence section away from the rotted post. 7. Remove the rotted fence post and dig out any wood left in the fence-post hole. Toss the soil and rotted wood onto a tarp for..
However, if you drill a pilot hole down the middle of the post, and screw a long coach screw in, you might be able pull out the stump with a suitably drilled piece of 4" . Your best bet may be to drill the concrete out at the corners/sides of the posts, and then try pulling the stump out: .. Leave the old concrete in the ground
Mar 3, 2015 . claw hammer; electric drill/screwdriver; nails and/or screws; new fencepost; bucket(s) of dirt; shovel; post-hole digger; digging bar with a tamper head; safety goggles; level. Step 1: Remove Fencing From Post. Whether your fence is electric, wire, plank or something else entirely, you will need to remove the..
Sep 4, 2009 . If you do not get the post holes deep enough there is a greater potential that your fence can be blown over. Before digging your fence post holes . The width of your post holes should be a minimum of 10 inches wide, if you're using four-by-four posts and filling the holes with concrete. Dig your holes about 8..