What are concrete spurs used for?

Concrete repair spurs are used to repair broken or rotten fence posts or can also be used to bolt posts or timber framing work above ground. Repair or reinforce posts with concrete repair spurs.

What are concrete spurs used for?

Concrete repair spurs are used to repair broken or rotten fence posts or can also be used to bolt posts or timber framing work above ground. Repair or reinforce posts with concrete repair spurs. Concrete spurs are not for cowboys. In some situations they are the best answer if you have a run of feather edge fencing with the post they are rotten it is the cheapest option, rather than replacing the fence and if done correctly the fence should last a lifetime, the only reason people don't use them is the look and they take up some space, I tend to put the spurs right the way through the wooden post but this is a bit OTT coach bolts are ok Pete.

Supreme Concrete Spurs are available in 2 sizes and offer support to the wooden posts. You simply dig next to the leaning or damaged post, screw the spur to the post, prop it up to secure it and fill it with a bag of post fixer. The Supreme concrete repair spur is used to support fence panels by shoring up or repairing an existing fence. It is designed to repair wooden fence posts that have rotted at the base.

The product is ideally used in a situation where the rest of the post is in good condition and the entire fence does not need to be replaced. It can be bolted to the existing post to reinforce it. They are in a cowboy lol, they are used to reinforce the fence again, not for repair, by the time you dig the holes for the fence spur it will probably collapse on you anyway, the new posts are only 10-15lbs each, best to replace them mate. A repair spur is an alternative to full replacement and can even be used on new fences if wooden posts are used.

When the bottom of a wooden post has rotted out, one option may be to replace the entire fence with concrete posts.

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