After finally getting the old posts out i move onto the next stage....
1ft gravelboard 5ft panels. If i flush the concrete post against this wall then it wont go under ground because theres 2 bricks and 1 ft of concrete pointing out at the bottom.
If i put the post into the ground then there will be a 1ft or so gap between the post and the wall. I dont think the wall is that strong as you can see the state of it, its about 65 years old. Will i be able to cover the gap with something that will look nice or will it look nasty? The priority is the rigidness and strength of the post but i also dont want to be left with a 1 foot gap that sticks out like an eyesore unless theres something to fill it with... https://ibb.co/bP5Jzjf https://ibb.co/zH5QzdP https://ibb.co/vxf4CZ6 https://ibb.co/8zV0nwR https://ibb.co/m895n9F
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