Can concrete fence posts be repaired?
You can get an epoxy-based repair mortar, probably Screwfix or similar. Never used it. ISTR that epoxy-based flooring required careful preparation of the old screed to ensure it stayed stuck. I suspect it’d cost more than a new post and I doubt that it will stay repaired for long.
How do you repair a rotten fence post?
Use a shovel to dig a hole around the base of the fence post on the side where the concrete repair spur will go. Dig the hole to a depth of approximately 45 to 60cm deep (the deeper the better). Saw off the rotten part of the post with a panel saw and coat the sound wood with a wood preservative.
How long do concrete fence posts last?
Concrete is a durable building material and can last for around 20 years with minimal maintenance. Sounds promising doesn’t it? Surprisingly, concrete isn’t immune to wear and tear. Excessive wind and rain can cause concrete posts to chip and crack.
How do I keep my fence post from rotting?
How You Can Protect Your Wooden Fence Posts From Rotting
- Choose Rot Resistant Wood. Fighting back against wood rot begins with the type of wood you choose for your fencing project.
- Dry the Fence Posts Out. Drying is an essential factor when it comes to avoiding rot.
- Apply Preservative to the Wooden Post.
- Start Digging.
- Fill Up the Hole.
- Finish Off.
How do you attach something to concrete without drilling?
A simple fix might include an adhesive or adhesive-baked hook, while there are other fasteners like hard wall hooks and masonry nails. Powder-actuated fasteners and concrete nail guns are useful for supporting frames and providing a much greater hold.
How do you break concrete easily?
When thinking about breaking up concrete, most of our minds jump straight to jackhammer. But you can probably do the work with a metal sledgehammer and a little elbow grease. Sledgehammer is the best tool to use if the slab of concrete is three inches thick or less. Dig at the base of the slab to find the bottom.