Concrete repair spurs are a great way to repair broken or rotten fence posts, or to secure wooden posts or frames to the ground. Supreme concrete spurs come in two sizes and offer a reliable and long-lasting solution for your fencing needs. To use them, you'll need to dig next to the damaged pole, screw the spur into the pole, support it, and fill it with a post-fix bag. Concrete repair spurs are an ideal solution for feather edge fences with rotten posts, as they are much cheaper than replacing the entire fence.
Plus, if installed correctly, they can last a lifetime. The only downside is that they take up some space and don't look as neat as other options. To get the best results, you should screw the spurs through the wooden pole. Alternatively, you can use OTT coach pins for a more subtle look.
Challenge Fencing's concrete repair spurs are designed with an ergonomically designed upper for extra durability in wet weather. The 100 x 100 x 1200 mm concrete spurs are perfect for repairing broken wooden poles and can be used as an alternative to replacing the entire pole. Before installing them, you'll need to identify what caused the damage and make sure you remove any unusable concrete or debris from the area. When repair concreting is embedded in the ground, it's best to bury the posts at least two feet deep.
If the area isn't too large or deep, you can use a sand mixture or a concrete resurfacing that doesn't contain gravel. Another option is to use epoxy glue systems to secure wooden items to concrete without drilling. Gravel is one of the main ingredients of concrete and can also be used as a strong and sturdy base for poles if properly compacted. If your wooden fence post has rotted at ground level, reinforced concrete godparents (concrete spurs) 100 x 75 (4″ x 3″) are perfect for repairing it. The Supreme Concrete Repair Spur is designed to support fence panels by reinforcing or repairing an existing fence.
You can also use it to repair cracks in concrete, which will improve its appearance and minimize the risk of further damage. When the bottom of a wooden fence post has rotted, one option may be to replace the entire fence with concrete posts. Being made of concrete and reinforced with steel rods, they provide a permanent solution once they have been concreted and screwed into place.