Steel post for wood fence – The construction of a wooden fence with metal posts requires a technique similar to the installation of wooden fence on wooden poles. The primary exception is the method of fixing the wood fences of the metal poles. Usually wooden fence is mounted on wooden poles by driving fasteners through the face of the fence on the posts. Parentheses are the usual method for fixing fences for metal poles. Lay the fence line with wooden stakes and masonry line. Drive a stake in each position of the corner of your proposed fence. Tie a piece of mason’s thread between the stakes perfectly.
Positions of the pole marks every 8 feet along mason’s line. Start from one end and wrap a piece of tape around the mason’s line every 8 feet. Mark the ground directly below each engraved marker using chalk colored chalk line. Dig a pole hole in each marked position. Your holes should be 10 to 12 inches wide and one third as deep as the height above the ground of your poles. For a typical 6 foot fence, the holes should be 2 feet deep.
Establish a post in each hole. Add half an 80-pound bag of concrete mix into each hole. Adjust fence panel a wood between the first two poles. For this example, let’s assume a standard palisade panel 6 feet high and 8 feet wide. Set an additional picket under the bottom of the fence panel to the space that was off the ground.