Fence Post Support Bolt Down 4" 100mm Garden Holder Like Metpost Bolt Grip Brown x 1

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Fence Post Support Bolt Down 4" 100mm Garden Holder Like Metpost Bolt Grip Brown x 1

Fence Post Support Bolt Down 4" 100mm Garden Holder Like Metpost Bolt Grip Brown x 1

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If you want to put a fence post onto a patio for a summer house, gazebo or pergola there is a special bolt down post holder available for this too. It is shown below and as you can see it sits flat on the floor and is bolted or screwed down in all four corners. The post holder comes predrilled with holes for this purpose. This size would be suitable for fences in most conditions – except in really exposed areas. It is also a good size for pergolas and washing lines. Again we would recommend that you use the longer 750 mm spikes in light sandy soils or for taller posts – higher than 4 feet (1.2M). 100x100mm Post Holders This anchor is suitable for 99mm, 100mm, 101mm, 102mm and 103mm posts. You can buy the version suitable for 73mm-78mm posts here. Unwanted Food or Drink Products - Once supply conditions are broken, there are a number of factors outside of our control that can affect the quality of a product. Therefore perishable goods such as food and drink cannot be returned. It is worth noting that these post holders also need to be level, so if you are fixing them to a base that has a slope or a dip then you can insert washers beneath the post holder holes to line up small disparities.

However if you need multiple washers to make the post holders line up then you could also mix up a small batch of mortar to sit underneath the post holder and support it more firmly. Fence post spikes can be bought for posts which are 50 x 50mm, 75 x 75mm or 100 x 100mm. They come in two lengths, 600mm and 750mm. The longer the spike the more secure the fixing will be for your post. The “shoe” should be set into a 450mm (18 inch) cube of concrete so that the base plate sits flush with the surface of the concrete.You can do this using a mallet, protecting the spike using a piece of offcut timber on the top of the spike. Used to Repair a broken or rotten post which has previously been concreted into the ground. Metpost Concrete - In Do not use the shorter post holders for tall fences, they’re simply not up to teh job and as soon as they are subjected to any substantial wind they will likely fail. 50x50mm Post Holders You can also use this size to install upright timber structures into your garden to create different zones, and to add height and interest by breaking up planting areas (see example below).

The spiked fence post holders come in different sizes for different posts. You can see a selection of different models above, some with built in fixing bolts (which we prefer) and some which have holes for you to screw the post to the holder, which are usually cheaper. Note: Remember to ensure that you keep the post holder totally level as you drive it down into the ground – more on this below

Bolt Down Fence Post Holder

There is a bolt on the side of the holder that can be done up easily with a spanner to keep the post firm in the spike.

The flush-fitting anchor enables posts to be located close to other structures, as the base can be placed tight to one edge. This is especially useful when secure landscape features, such as a pergola, over a patio. The base of the post holder will sit on the old concrete and you can then slot the fence post into the holder and tighten the holding screws. Although this type of spiked post holder is great for fence posts in normal ground we would not recommend it for any type of fencing which puts lateral stress onto the posts. We also have a detailed guide covering the different types of nuts and bolts and how they should be used here. Once the post height has been extended via the Metpost Extender you can easily add a decorative trellis. To install trellisSee also “What Size Fence Spike do I need?” above and treat the four-finned product as if it was the longer spike. Fence Post Repair Spike For example when the neighbours’ patio is right on the boundary, and you will have seen estate agents signs being put up using post holders.

Aside from ensuring that any Met Posts are vertically levelled you will also have to ensure that as you bang them in they don’t twist. Again if any of them twist then they will be out of line so ensure each is square to any surrounding post holders so that all will finish square and level.This size would be best for fences in exposed areas, long expanse of fencing, gazebos which will be supporting a roof and pergolas if you want a more chunky-looking timber structure. The two-pronged style is suitable for small projects, or larger projects if you also bolt it to the concrete (see “bolt down fence post holder&dsquo; above) and the four-finned style is more suited to heavy-duty projects.

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