How to Repair Concrete Post Anchor

Feb 12th

Concrete Post Anchor  – There are several ways to overcome this problem depending on the type of post that has been damaged, usually wood posts sometimes rot on the base and snap rates. If this happens, there are only two options from post-cast concrete extract using a rifle to break all the old concrete, adjusting the new post to the ground and concrete again. Another option is to use a concrete drill, you have to dig your face from a position that is broken down to a depth of at least 18 inches and about 6 square inches.

Post Brackets
Post Brackets

Slamming the concrete pole down the position of the defective pole and bolt along with the damaged concrete movement. Once it’s safe to use the level to check the post correctly, then use Batten to guarantee the post and ensure no movement will occur, then add your concrete to make sure you see the concrete around the excite, remove the batten after the concrete has been repaired.

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Push the importance or strain the iron angle to the ground with a sledgehammer and tighten the importance or angle to the pole. You can also use straps or ropes to secure but only as a temporary measure because this won’t last. He said the fracture could be very hard to come by from the ground if it had been resumed I would highly recommend the fence contractor to be called to deal with this problem.