How much does a PostMaster post cost?
|The Original PostMaster||Round Steel Post|
|Bracket Cost (3 per Post)||–||$9.33|
|Post Cap Cost (1 per Post)||–||$1.98|
|Total Post Cost||$41.23||$32.28|
What screws to use with PostMaster posts?
PostMaster posts have holes, 1″ on center to make it easier to align rails at either end. For rail adjustment references, use thepre-marked rail alignment scores spaced 6 inch on center and starting ¼” from the top of the post. Fasten each rail-end using three #8 x 1 ¼” rail screws.
How deep should a post be for a fence?
Dig post hole so diameter of the hole is 3 times the width of the post (i.e., the hole for a 4” wood post should be about 12 inches wide). The depth of the hole should be 1/3-1/2 the post height above ground (i.e., a 6-foot tall fence would require a hole depth of at least 2 feet).
How do you get fence post same height?
Dig a hole at each corner of the area to be fenced by using a post-hole digger or shovel. Make each hole’s width three times the diameter of a fence post, and make each hole’s depth one-third of the post’s height. The bottom one-third of each post will be buried in the ground to provide support.
How deep should a PostMaster fence post be?
What Depth do I set The Original PostMaster and PostMaster Plus? A. As shown in our installation instructions we advise that the post be set at least 24 inches into the ground for standard 6 foot and 8 foot high fences. Please check your local codes, as some areas require a greater post depth.
How deep should I bury my fence post?
Rule of Thumb Hole depth = put approximately 1/3 of the post in the hole. A 2m (6 foot) post should have up to 600mm (2 foot) in the ground.