You need a post hole digger and cement. YOu have to measure out the area that you are putting the post. YOu can space them apart every 6-8 feet. You dig the hole and have the cement prepared and when the hole is done you put the cement around the post. The cement should come with directions for mix. You should put the post down at least 10" for it to stay in the ground well. I don't think 10 inches will quite do it. A good rule of thumb is half the heaight of the fence but nothing less than 30 inches deep. The diameter of the hole should be at least 4 inches greater in diameter than the post but nothing smaller than 6 inches. Make sure your holes look more like a bell than an ice cream cone because frost in the winter time can actually lift the post out of the ground.
To install wooden fence posts, it is bests to use a fence post auger. An auger literally drills the correct size hole in which to insert the post.
It is a VERY durable wood for fences and fence posts.
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There are many uses of cedar lumber. The most common uses of cedar lumber are to make oil, lumber, pencils, fence posts, guitars, canoes, and shingles.
Yes. It tends to pop a little bit. But it burns well.
Yes, you can install wooden fence posts yourself. You will need to make sure each post is 2 feet longer than the height you want your fence to be at because it is recommended that each post be set 18 inches into the ground. http://www.diylife.com/2008/03/25/diy-basics-setting-a-wood-fence-post/
There will be a video showing how to install a wood privacy fence using the VersaPost very soon.
Barbed wire needs to be stretched tight. This requires solid posts at the ends or the wire will slack over time. I would speak with a fence contractor to see if your posts will support the wire.
You can find metal fence posts at home depot or your local hardware store. They carry the posts you will need to support the metal fence or made of metal itself.
With the help of a tape measure, determine the layout of the area where the fence is to be installed. Then, lay the foundation of the fence, that is the fence posts. After the points of stabilization have been established, you need to insert a stake into each one of these points in order to identify where the fence posts will be situated. The hole for the fence posts should be approximately 4 inches wider than the fence posts. If there is no frost where the fence is being installed, you may be required to dig holes with the intention that one half of the exposed height of the post is underground. In case, there are areas where frost takes place, you need to be no less than 6 inches below the frost line. The best way to dig holes is with the help of a gas powered auger. When digging the holes, you must leave room, a few extra inches is intended for putting in a gravel base. Once the holes are dug out, you need to start mixing the concrete using a wheelbarrow bucket. Insert your first fence post inside the hole and start adding in the concrete with the help of a shovel. Once the concrete has been put in, level the fence posts and make them even. Once the first post has been installed, move to the next corner fence post and stretch a line of string from the first fence post to the second in order for you to ensure that you have a straight and even line. Once all the corner fence posts have been installed, you can continue to install the fence posts that are situated between the corner posts. This will make sure you don't get an uneven fence.