- Four-way weathered (Pyramid) top
- Suitable for use with or without, concrete or wooden Gravel boards
- Posts are holed to allow wooden plates to be bolted on for gate hanging
Concrete Mortised Posts for use with Closeboard & Palisade Fencing
£32.42 – £61.63 inc. VAT
Concrete morticed posts are a viable long-lasting, rot-free alternative to wooden mortised posts for closeboard and palisade fencing.
Concrete posts are generally dug into the ground and secured with either a dry mix of ballast and 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 required will depend on the size and depth of the hole. Try to keep the hole diameter reasonably tight around the post; 200 to 250mm (8″ to 10″) is good. Generally, the hole should be a minimum of 600mm (2′) deep for any fence height. For fence heights over 1.5m, we recommend increasing the hole depth to a minimum of 750mm (2′ 6″). For concrete mortised posts, the depth of the hole is preset by the manufacturer. We do not recommend reducing the hole depth by cutting off the bottoms of concrete posts.
More information about Closeboard fencing is available on our Closeboard materials and information help page.
More information on Palisade or Picket fencing is available on our Palisade materials and information help page.
1.50m (59"), 1.80m (71"), 2.10m (6'10"), 2.40m (7'10"), 2.70m (8'10")
|Overall Fence Height||
1.95m(6'6"), 1.80m(6'), 1.50m(5"), 1.20m(4'), 0.90m(3')
100mm(4") x 100mm(4")