- Concrete Spurs can be used to repair & extend the life of wooden fence posts that have rotted off at ground level.
- They are concreted in down the side of the existing (or new) post and attached to the post above the break using either m10 coach screws or bolts.
- Concrete spurs can be fitted to new wooden posts as part of the initial installation.
Concrete Repair Spurs for Wooden Posts
£13.19 – £22.25 inc. VAT
Long-lasting concrete repair spurs are used to repair & extend the life of wooden fence posts that have rotted off around ground level.
The spur is concreted in using a quick-setting post mix down the side of the post to be repaired. Then it is attached to the broken post above the break using either m10 coach screws; if you can only access one side of the post or if you can get to both sides of the post, then use coach bolts.
When a concrete spur is fitted to a new wooden post as part of the initial fence installation, the concrete spur can extend the life of your post without the need for any remedial work in the future.
1.2m (4') x 100mm (4") x 75mm (3"), 1.2m x 100mm (4") x 100mm (4"), 1m (3'3")x 75mm (3") x75mm (3"), 1.35m(4'6") x 100mm(4") x 100mm(4")