Treated Timber Posts 4×4″ | 100mm x 100mm
These particular posts are suitable for supporting most types of timber fence panels and are guaranteed to be resistant against rot, decay and wood-attacking insects.
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Treated Timber Posts 4×4 | 100mm x 100mm – Product Video
Our 4×4 Treated Timber Fence Posts are made from carefully selected wood and are fully pressure treated to ensure a durable and stable fence post. These particular posts are suitable for supporting most types of timber fence panels and are guaranteed to be resistant against rot, decay and wood-attacking insects. Due to their extreme durability, our fence posts are suitable for domestic, agricultural and industrial purposes. These posts come in finely finished and having flat ends, smooth edges, pointed end or machine rounded end as according to purpose.
100×100 and 150×150 Fence Posts are suitable for ready-made fence panels, picket fencing, yards fencing, parks fencing, gates poles, farmland fencing, animal pen fencing, gardens and other fencing projects.
1.2 meter (1200mm)
1.5 meter (1500mm)
2.4 meter (2400mm)
3.0 meter (3000mm)
*Actual product dimensions may differ ever so slightly from those listed due to the treating process.
1.2 meter (4ft), 1.5 meter (5ft), 2.4 meter (8ft), 3 meter (10ft)
Is 2 feet deep enough for fence posts?
George CharlesYes, 2 feet is the minimum depth to dig for your fence posts, but it also depends on the size and length of the posts.
Should I use treated wood for fence posts?
George CharlesYes, treated timber will last longer and won’t rot away.
How do you waterproof a fence post?
George CharlesYou can make a post waterproof by applying a coat of waterproofing wood sealant to the bottom of the post to protect the part going underground.
How do I protect a post in the ground?
George CharlesThere is a couple of different options you can go for to protect your post underground, you could place a thick layer of loose gravel at the bottom of the post hole. This will prevent the wood from getting wet at the bottom.
What do you treat fence posts with?
George CharlesTo treat fence posts you will need to soak the bottoms of the posts in a wood preservative such as Cuprinol. This is designed for underground applications.
Should you tar fence posts?
George CharlesWhile tar is a way of protecting your posts, it doesn’t look great. If you treat them as soon as you get them or purchase a treated post, they will last a lot longer.
How long will a pressure treated fence post last in the ground?
George CharlesPressure-treated fence posts can last a while underground. In optimal conditions, it can last up to 40 years but most commonly only lasts around 20 years.
How do I keep my fence posts from rotting?
George CharlesPostsaver sleeves are a cost-effective and simple way of keeping your posts from rotting.
Should fence post be set in concrete?
George CharlesYes, you should. Concrete is the best way to keep post in the ground securely.
How deep should wooden fence posts be buried?
George CharlesHow deep you dig is based on what size and length posts you have. If you have a 6ft tall fence it would need at least 2ft in the ground.