- 1 Are concrete fence posts easy to remove?
- 2 How do you remove line posts from concrete?
- 3 How do you straighten a concrete fence post without removing it?
- 4 Can you reuse fence posts with concrete?
- 5 How do you break a concrete pole?
- 6 How do you remove the line on a washing pole?
- 7 How do you remove old concrete footings?
- 8 How do you replace a wood fence post in concrete?
Are concrete fence posts easy to remove?
Thinking a bit more about it, the easiest way to get mine out whole might have been to dig a hole/slot beside the post, tilt it into the hole then pivot/pull it up out of the ground over a log/fulcrum/roller at the end of the slot using the weight of the long post to counterbalance the concrete slug on the end.
How do you remove line posts from concrete?
if you want the whole thing out including below ground, then dig around it and use the top part as a lever to help get it out. if you only want above ground gone then smash it with a sledge hammer at the base to expose the re-bar and cut through that.
How do you straighten a concrete fence post without removing it?
The Fix-A-Fence Solution
- Step 1 – Prepare the Site.
- Step 2 – Prepare the Fix-a-Fence Kit.
- Step 3 – Position the Bracket in the Hole.
- Step 4 – Mix a 60lb Bag of Concrete.
- Step 5 – Fill the Hole with Concrete.
- Step 6 – Take a Break While the Concrete Cures.
- Step 7 – Reposition the Fence Post and Attach the Bracket.
Can you reuse fence posts with concrete?
ARB1977. If the poles are out of the ground, hit the concrete with a sledge hammer a couple times and it comes right off. Some of those older poles are nice and heavy gauge (not like the thin ones sold now) and if not totally rusted are perfect to reuse.
How do you break a concrete pole?
The best way to remove concrete from a pole is to quit hitting the concrete. If you will hit the pole the vibration and sound waves will fracture the concrete and the concrete will fall off of the pole.
How do you remove the line on a washing pole?
Dig around the cement base with a shovel. If your pole doesn’t have a cement base, dig around the pole until you’re able to lean against the pole, working it loose. You can then remove the pole. If you have a cement base, proceed to the next step.
How do you remove old concrete footings?
Steps in Removing Concrete Deck Footings
Using a spade shovel manually excavate around the footing at least 3/4 the way around and at least 2/3rds of the length of the footing. Dig until you see the footing wiggle a bit. The more you dig the easier the footing will come out.
How do you replace a wood fence post in concrete?
How do I replace a wooden fence post that was set in concrete?
- Dig out the concrete and re-do. It looks like it will be a difficult job but maybe the only solution.
- Use a repair kit (something like Metpost Repair). The problem with this is that I don’t think there is enough post in concrete for the repair kit to attach to.
- Place the post in another position.