Concrete fence posts are a sturdy, long lasting and maintenance free fencing essential. The popularity of concrete posts has grown in recent years, in part due to their tough construction. This makes them excellent value for money. Ideal for use with many of the fencing systems that may be in your garden right now, from fence panels to chain link, as well as weld mesh.
As well as being incredibly dense and strong, fence posts made using concrete will not rot over time and therefore do not need treating or staining. Choose from our wide range of concrete posts including end, corner and intermediate styles - everything you need to give your property and fencing a professionally finished appearance with maximum durability.
Want a fence post that can stand the test of time? Our comprehensive concrete fence post range will provide the ideal solution.
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Concrete slotted fence posts are most frequently used with panel fencing, where the panel simply slots into place without the need for additional fixing. And an added bonus is that it can also be easily removed if repaires are ever needed. You can also choose from our excellent range of morticed concrete fence posts which are great for closeboard fencing, as well as those items most suited to a chain link fencing construction.
If your garden is surrounded with timber fencing, which is most popular in residential and commercial locations, a set of concrete fence posts are ideal as they provide much needed durability. One of our most popular types of fencing is closeboard because it has an attractive style. And when coupled with concrete posts and gravel boards it will result in a very reliable build. It is important to note that if you are using closeboard, you should select the posts that come ready with mortice holes so you can slot in the ended arris rails. The feather edge boards then rest on the gravel board and nail onto the rails making a strong fence for your property.
For the North of London and the Midlands area, a cant rail system of fencing is more popular and for this a recessed concrete fence post is used with cant rails instead of arris rails, which come with bolt holes cast into them. You then bolt the cant rail onto the concrete fence post. If you need any further advice on the subject of using concrete, get in touch with our expert team.