Reinforcing Concrete Spurs for Fence Posts: A Comprehensive Guide

Concrete spurs are a great way to repair broken wooden poles and provide a permanent solution once concreted and bolted to the remaining pole. Learn more about how reinforced concrete spurs can help you repair your fence posts.

Reinforcing Concrete Spurs for Fence Posts: A Comprehensive Guide

Concrete spurs are a great way to repair broken wooden poles and provide a permanent solution once concreted and bolted to the remaining pole. They are not for cowboys, however, as they require careful installation and can take up some space. In some situations, they are the best answer if you have a feather edge fence with posts that are rotten, as they are the cheapest option and, if done correctly, the fence should last a lifetime. Concrete repair spurs are used to repair broken or rotten fence posts or can also be used to screw poles or timber framing work onto the ground.

Simply dig a hole next to the pole for the spur, screw the spur to the pole and secure it by filling the hole with cement. Moisture and rust resistant, the post will strengthen the fence for a long time. A repair spur is an alternative to complete replacement and can even be used on new fences if wooden poles are used. Half of the concrete spur is dug into the ground and concreted in, while the other half sits on the ground, allowing broken poles or wood to be screwed to the solid spur.

We can also supply square bolts or screws for these spurs. Hammer screwdrivers, pneumatic drivers and standard puncher can be used to drive the concrete fence post. Reinforced concrete godparents (concrete spurs) 100 x 75 (4″ x 3″) are perfect for repairing your fence where posts have rotted at ground level. Australian Concrete Posts has you covered with everything you need to complete your fencing project, no matter how big or small.Fixing wood with epoxy is another common way to secure wooden items to concrete without drilling.

Gravel is one of the main ingredients of concrete as it helps to bond the cement material together, but gravel is actually a strong and sturdy base for poles if properly compacted. When the bottom of a wooden fence post has rotted, one option may be to replace the entire fence with concrete posts. This new technique uses reinforced concrete spurs (RCC) to achieve bank protection at a reasonable cost. The special materials, methods and manufacturing process used by Australian Concrete Posts ensure consistent quality and durability.Supreme Concrete Repair Spur is used to support fence panels by shoring or repairing an existing fence.

Improper preparation of reinforcing steel, incompatible supporting metals, metal bars placed too close to the surface, stress fractures due to excessive weight, insufficient concrete cover or poorly poured concrete can all lead to issues with reinforced concrete spurs.

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