Concrete fence posts are the best posts for your new fence as they are maintenance free, long lasting and ideal for use with our treated fence panels to prevent water damage and rot. We recommend you add concrete gravel boards to separate the fence panel from ground contact to protect against the risk of rot. We also sell concrete corner fence posts (we recommend 3 bags of post mix for a corner post). If you are installing your own fence take a look at our install guide here for some tips. We also have a team of professional installers if you need your fence erected. you can visit our website here. A well installed fence with concrete post should last you for 20 years and if you do want to change your fence panels in the future you can just slide the old fence panes out and then slide the new panels straight in. We can deliver your fence posts to all the areas on the side of this page. If your area is not listed please give us a call on 01322-787312 and we will see if we can deliver to you.
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Slotted concrete posts are to be used with close board fence panels or concrete gravel boards to create a solid wall. Slotted posts are great as when your fence panels need changing all you need to do is lift out the old fence panels and install your new ones. We supply posts from 5ft to 13ft.
Our oversized concrete posts are 120mm x 95mm thick and are stronger than your standard fence posts. Our larger posts are made from 5ft to 13ft.
Mortice concrete posts are used with arris rails to create a wide fence up to 9ft 6in wide. These fences need to be built onsite.
Concrete repair spurs are used for fixing wood fence posts. A hole is dug down the side then concreted in with postcrete and bolted to the broken post.
Concrete posts are made to last 25 years
Our mortice post are made with semi dry concrete so this will give a rough look.
A concrete post up to 10ft should go 2ft in the ground the taller post should go 3ft in the ground.
Yes! We have a warehouse and showroom in Northfleet In Kent.
Northfleet Industrial Estate