A wooden fence post is the security net for the rest of your fence, so it is important to replace the post as soon as you notice any signs of rot. In Toronto we endure a lot of seasonal weather change. This means the harsh winter and the rainy spring are especially hard on your wooden fence post. By performing a regular look-over of your wooden fence you should be able to spot any signs of rot and damage caused over time. It only takes one rotted fence post to single-handedly take out an entire fence. Read on to discover how to remove your old post and replace it.
Check to see if your wooden fence post needs to be replaced or repaired first. In some cases you may be able to repair the post using splints. In this case, we will teach you how to replace the post if it has completely rotted through.
You can dig out the ground around the post and put in a temporary brace.
Tips and Hints:
Replacing a rotten fence post can be done efficiently by yourself if you are careful and mindful. Always factor in safety first when completing a do it yourself project. Replacing your fence post will give your old fence a new appearance and endure long lasting seasonal changes with periodic evaluation. We know that this could take some time away from your free weekend or in some cases could cost you time away from work – so if that’s the case, why not have HPT do it for you?
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