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- South Farm Lane, Langton Green, Tunbridge Wells, Kent TN3 9JN
Although not as nice to look at, with a life expectancy exceeding 25 years, concrete fencing materials are are a viable alternative to traditional wooden materials. We stock a range of concrete posts, gravel boards, repair spurs & decking support posts.
Concrete posts are normally dug into the ground & the post secured with either a drymix ballast & cement (about 7 to 1 mix with no extra water added) rammed up around the post or postmix ( follow directions on the bag). The amount of each that will be required will depend on the size & depth of the hole. Try to keep the hole diameter fairly tight around the post, 200 to 250mm (8" to 10") is good. Generally, for any fence height, the hole should be a minimum of 600mm (2') deep. For fence heights over 1.5m we recommend that the hole depth is increased to a minimum of 750mm (2' 6").
For more information on any concrete products or to obtain a quote for your job please contact us or phone sales on 01892 864646.
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For more information on Slotted concrete posts contact us or phone sales on 01892 864646.
For attaching 2.885m Concrete Gravel Boards to Concrete Morticed Posts.
Concrete Spurs can be used to repair & extend the life of wooden fence posts that have rotted off at ground level.
Concrete Decking subframe support posts can be used as a rot free alternative to traditional wooden support posts.
To discuss your requirements, check stock availability or to find out more about our local delivery service to Tunbridge Wells, Tonbridge, East Grinstead & Crowborough please contact us
For a quotation, please call us on 01892 864646 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Trade and quantity discounts may be available.
ALL PRICES INCLUDE VAT @ 20%
and are subject to change without prior notice
Regd. Office: Crestala Fencing & Construction Co. Ltd, South Farm, Langton Green, Tunbridge Wells, Kent. TN3 9JN.
Registered in England No 869419
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