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How long do Tanalised fence posts last?

How long do Tanalised fence posts last?

15 years
A tanalised post will last as long as 15 years, is half the cost of a concrete post and comes in enough size varieties to suit every type of fence you might need to erect.

How much is a 3×3 post?

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What’s the best wood for fence posts?

Best Wood for Fence Posts Softwoods such as pressure-treated pine are solid options for fence posts. Pine is comparatively cheap and is resistant to termites and other pests. Additionally, the third of the post buried below the ground doesn’t rot as quickly as other woods.

How many fence posts come in a bundle?

3-4 in. 8 ft. 100 20 FT
4-5 in. 8 ft. 70
5-6 in. 8 ft. 50
6-7 in. 8 ft. 35

What is the difference between Tanalised and pressure treated?

Tanalised timber and pressure treated timber are actually exactly the same thing. This treatment is done under pressure which forces chemicals into the wood (thus “pressure treated” wood), and generally involves a chemical called Tanalith E (thus “tanalised” wood).

How far apart do you put fence posts for horses?

Space line posts about 10 to 12 feet apart for most fences (25 feet for high-tensile wire fences). Narrow spacings are better over irregular ground and in contour fences. Rail fences normally have post spacings of 8 to 10 feet.

What fence post lasts the longest?

Vinyl fencing
Vinyl fencing: Vinyl fencing can last 30+ years with minimal maintenance required. Unlike wood that can warp, rot, or shrink over time, vinyl is rigid and resilient. It is resistant to pests, rain, snow, temperature changes, and other elements. That is why vinyl fencing is the longest lasting fence material.

How deep should a post be for a fence?

Dig post hole so diameter of the hole is 3 times the width of the post (i.e., the hole for a 4” wood post should be about 12 inches wide). The depth of the hole should be 1/3-1/2 the post height above ground (i.e., a 6-foot tall fence would require a hole depth of at least 2 feet).

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