Have you checked the main website?
The answers to many questions are there!


Pavingexpert
The Brew Cabin
Paving, Drainage and
Hard-landscaping in
Britain and Ireland

Search Members Help

Welcome Guest [ Log In :: Register ]

ruler

 

[ Track this topic :: Email this topic :: Print this topic ]

reply to topic start new topic
Topic: Concrete fence posts< Next Oldest | Next Newest >
michaelthegardener
Offline

Ganger




Group: Members
Posts: 632
Joined: July 2010
Posted: 13 Mar. 2019,18:25 QUOTE

Anyone know of a way to repair a concrete post thats solid apart from the bit that holds the pannel in ? got a customer with one thats lost a pannel an 2 more a bit ropey but the problem is they are in a stone wall so real big job to replace them !
Back to top
Profile Personal Message 
dig dug dan
Offline

The Crusher Man




Group: Contractor
Posts: 2427
Joined: July 2003
Posted: 15 Mar. 2019,19:03 QUOTE

You cant, but in have before now screwed the fence panel to the concrete post if there is no easy way of replacement. You will need an sds drill though!

--------------
Dan the Crusher Man
01442 212315
www.crusherhire.co.uk
"a satisfied customer? we should have them stuffed!"
Back to top
Profile Personal Message 
michaelthegardener
Offline

Ganger




Group: Members
Posts: 632
Joined: July 2010
Posted: 26 Mar. 2019,22:14 QUOTE

i used some of these https://www.easyfenceltd.co.uk/shop/   seam ok but time will tell !
Back to top
Profile Personal Message 
2 replies since 13 Mar. 2019,18:25 < Next Oldest | Next Newest >

[ Track this topic :: Email this topic :: Print this topic ]

 
reply to topic start new topic
Quick Reply: Concrete fence posts

Do you wish to enable your signature for this post?
Do you wish to enable emoticons for this post?
Track this topic
View All Emoticons
View iB Code


ruler

ruler