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How to Build a Wood Fence with the Longevity of a Chain Link Fence

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The above ground sections of the wood fence you installed, not that many year ago, looks good but the post are rotten and need to be replaced.  Who loves to remove concrete encase rotted fence post, Not Me!  And all that disassembling and reassembling, what a hassle, I don’t have the money, time, energy or back for that.


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PostMaster steel posts provide long-lasting durability for wood fencing. Constructed of heavily galvanized structural steel, PostMaster can withstand high winds and heavy rain, and will never warp or rot — guaranteed with a 15-Year Limited Warranty


 It’s pre-punched holes on each flange , eliminates the need for expensive brackets and allows for uneven terrain.


The steel post are easily concealed to maintain the beauty and esthetics of your wood fence.


Additional Benefits

1. Galvanized steel to protect from rust and corrosion

2. Won’t rot or warp

3. Wind resistant up to 70 mph

4. Can be used for 4ft  to 6 ft. high fence

5. Made from recycled steel


Here is a very comprehensive installation instruction including corners and gate details.


I only want to build it once, so I will use materials that will last.




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Posted 2015-05-21T19:59:49+0000  by Char_HD_CHI Char_HD_CHI
Hey Adam.

At my store today, (22May2015), these posts sell for $27.



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Posted 2015-05-22T16:07:47+0000  by Chris_HD_CHI

The steel posts sound like a great idea.  The link you provided doesn't have any prices...  Any idea what that they cost?
Posted 2015-05-22T10:55:33+0000  by Adam444
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