I still have more publications to do, so I am interested in correcting my technique. I use concrete with wooden poles and dig all my post holes to the correct depth. I bet they used a post digger that doesn't make holes wide enough for 4x4 poles and didn't feel like making it wider. You can do this by shoring up the fence on all sides of the bad post.
Blocks can be placed under the rails. The filling must be removed to the bottom of the pole. If there is a concrete base, you'll want to dig a new post hole right next to the old one. The old pole can be cut one or two inches above the ground.
Next, you need to remove the pole. You can move the pole without concrete and lift it with the help of an assistant. Then, the hole should be cleaned while making sure that the fence is plumbed. Activate the epoxy putty and fill the damaged hole, crack or corner with it.
Press as much epoxy as possible into the area. If the pole has a decorative square base and has damage, try to form the epoxy in the shape of the square. Use the towel to soften the epoxy and press the epoxy inward to fill the crack. Allow the epoxy to sit for at least two hours.
When using concrete tools, such as a manual concrete mixer, it is important to follow all the instructions that are included for both the mixer and the concrete mix itself. Concrete with wooden poles is a shortcut for the lazy and incompetent, who think it means they can get away with shallow holes. Coating the bottom of the pole with a water-repellent preservative will also ensure the longevity of the wood. If the door is six feet high, its posts should be 3 feet on the ground, before adding the concrete.
Ensuring that concrete is mixed correctly is essential to the use of your tool, as well as to the longevity of the project in question. Keeping fences in good condition is a necessary task that not only adds value to your property, but also increases the security of your property. Sometimes these problems will not manifest themselves until later, once the concrete has been exposed to the elements for a certain period of time. The most common examples of damage to concrete poles are holes, cracks and damaged corners if the pole has a square base.
All brands of ready-mix concrete are different, so read the bag for the proportions of water to concrete mix. There wasn't much room, as it was next to another concrete, so when I poured the cement again, I also put some chicken wire mesh around the pole with a 1-2 inch spacing as a kind of redneck rebar to hopefully prevent the concrete from splitting in the future as I couldn't make it that wide as probably should have been the case. Projects such as the replacement of fence posts and the replacement of concrete bases can be made much easier with the use of concrete tools such as a concrete mixer. Over time, concrete shoes can crack or move, and failed concrete shoes are often difficult to repair.
When they are tight, you can trim them to the level of the concrete, and then apply a transparent silicone putty bead to seal the joint. Damaged concrete poles can cause serious structural problems that cost hundreds of dollars to repair. In the event that the concrete base is still strong, but the pole has rotted or shrunk, you can insert shims into the existing concrete on all sides of the pole.