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Fencing at Angles and Using Concrete Posts

Postby innaroot » Sun Oct 07, 2018 8:59 am


I need to install 7 new fence panels. I would like use concrete posts. The problem I have is that some of fence panels will run at an angle from the post roughly 30 to 40 degrees. Is it the case that the concrete posts have enough wiggle room in the slot that they can be set at a certain angle? Also I thought that you could set the post at a slight angle off of square so that would give you a better chance of slotting the angled panels into place.
Any advice would be much appreciated.
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Postby Dr. Strange » Tue Apr 02, 2019 11:42 am

We are shortly going to replace our old rotten wooden fence , and are going down the concrete rail and gravel boards. I would prefer the whole wooden look but this is a fairly long stretch of fencing and the other side of our garden is a sloping grass verge then the road so fingers crossed it will last longer and look better then the fence does now. Painting the concrete hadnt ocured to me
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