Chisel & point crowbar
A tool that isn’t always needed but can seriously help in certain situations. If you’re installing a fence on hard or tough ground, a chisel and point crowbar will help you get the job done. They’re also great for working in tight spaces, where using a fencers graft may be difficult.
before securing your fence posts in place, you need to make sure it’s vertically sound to avoid a weak structure and any sagging in the future. Making sure your posts are level will create a strong, professional looking fence for years to come.
Now strictly speaking, this isn’t a tool. However, using post concrete is an easy and reliable way to secure your posts in place. Simply fill your fence post holes 1/3rd deep with water, then pour in your post concrete mix until no standing water is visible. This will then harden around your fence post and secure it in place.
Insulated fencing tamper
If post concrete isn’t for you, an insulated fencing tamper will allow you to secure your posts in place by recycling the original earth. Just use the circular shaped head to re-place the dirt and compact for a strong hold.
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At Birkdale, we supply the industry with an extensive range of superior fencing tools. Our superior SITEMATE products paired with our wider range of tools, provides you with everything you need for a quick, easy and quality installation. View our fencing tools range or speak to an expert at Birkdale today. We’re more than happy to help with all things fencing.