What is a concrete repair spur?

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 is a concrete repair spur?

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. Supreme concrete spurs are available in 2 sizes and provide support for wooden posts. Simply dig next to the leaning or damaged post, screw the spur to the post, brace to secure and fill with a bag of post binder.

The concrete repair spur, sometimes known as the "Godfather", provides support for posts that have rotted at the base or have become loose in some way, and can also be used to provide additional strength to a fence panel. Concrete does not rot like wood, so repairing a wooden fence post with a concrete spur should ensure that damage and weakness is stopped. This effective method of repair saves considerable time and expense compared to replacing entire posts or even sections of the fence. 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. Concrete repair spurs are fixed in place with Postfix or a mixture of ballast and cement, the timber fence post is then fixed to the repair spur using Coach bolts.

A repair spur is an alternative to full replacement and can even be used on new fences if wooden posts are used. To begin withA concrete fence repair spur means that instead of replacing the entire fence or post, it can be supported from one side of the fence, thus keeping it solid and secure.

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