Palisade fencing posts are designed to provide a solid point for your fence to secure to. Posts are used to provide an end to the fencing system, or to replace broken or damaged posts. They come in two varieties – bolt down and dig in. Dig in posts are the standard however bolt down posts are often used when digging up the ground is unwanted. Palisade Posts are often used when a fence does not loop back onto itself. As one Palisade Fence kit only comes with one post, another post will need to be purchased to complete the fence.
Both varieties come in a range of different heights:
- 1.8 meters
- 2 meters
- 2.1 meters
- 2.4 meters
- 3 meters
These heights are designed to match the same heights as the Palisade Fencing as they are used as a point to secure the fences to. All posts are galvanised steel in order to protect against rusting.
Supply and Powder Coating
Posts are supplied separately in order to make replacing damaged sections quick and easy without the need to rebuy entire bays.
Posts are also available to be powder coated, providing a high resistance to damage and weathering whilst also looking smooth and attractive. Powder coating is available in standard RAL colours.
Bolt Down and Dig In Installation
Palisade Posts are designed with two different installation methods, bolt down and dig in. Bolt down installation is usually used as a means of attaching the fence post to the ground where the ground is not ideal for digging holes, such as concrete. They are installed using a drill to attach the four bolts down into the ground.
Dig in posts are designed to be placed into a hole that has been dug into soft ground and then secured using concrete post mix.