How to Install Split Rail Fence Post

Split Rail Fence Post – Split-rail fencing is a good option if you are looking for a rustic, traditional and very visible type of fencing. An adequate installation is needed, however, to last and may require a lot of maintenance. Replacing lanes that have been broken or fallen can be a difficult project. the wooden rails break easily, and you must stain the fencing every few years to keep the posts and rails from rotting.

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Buy the posts that will allow you at least 2 feet on the ground. Thrust holes at least 2 feet deep either with an endless tractor that works with a manually operated excavator or post-hole. Use the auger if you have more than a couple of holes to dig. Excavation of the holes will be easier when the terrain is soft – a day or two after a heavy rain.

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Unit of the posts on the ground. Your best option for pole placement is to rent a later road or hire a contractor to handle the messages, as you will have a strong fence over time. Fill the holes, after inserting the posts, with the dirt displaced, gravel brought to you in or cement. Although cementing posts on ground results in the strongest posts, digging cemented posts can take a long time. Insert the rails into their workstations, making sure that none of the ends can easily slide out. Landscaping fences can use two rows of lanes; to fence the cattle, the use of three rows of rails.