Fence Post Fix Stuff

Contents:

Option A – Existing and Cool Concrete

Option B – Existing and Post Mender

Option C – Chain Link Fence


OPTION A: | ^ Go Top ^
Use existing material, maybe change hinges and locks.
Uses cool concrete alternative.

Pros:
Maintain previous design that blends with neighbour
Not much garbage to throw away

Cons:
Requires more labour work

MATERIALS AND COST:

SN DESCRIPTION COST (C$) REMARKS
1 Simpson Strong Tie FPBM44E EZ Fence Post Mender 180.14
2 Neiko 02867A Sledge Hammer, Heavy-Duty Forged Steel with Mirror Polished 3.3-Pound 26.58
3 Secure Set Model # SS-4-10, 1 Gal.Concrete Alternative-High Density Polyurethane Post Setting Foam. 5 Post Kit 138.60
TOTAL 345.32
Tax (13%) 44.89
Grand Total 390.21


ILLUSTRATIONS: (Pictures linked to Amazon, otherwise noted)

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Click to view sample construction video from YouTube.


OPTION B:  |  ^ Go Top ^
Same as option A but no concrete, just post mender

Pros:
Maintains existing design
Less work
Less expense

Cons:
Not as strong as Option A


OPTION C:  |  ^ Go Top ^
Use chain link and accessories

Pros:
Could be easier to construct
Could be less expensive

Cons:
Less secured
More construction garbage to throw away
Need to ask permission from neighbour to detach from common post
Would look different from neighbour

MATERIALS AND COST:

SN DESCRIPTION COST (C$) REMARKS
1 imageFit-Right™ Chain Link Fence Walk-through Gate Kit (24″-72″ wide x 4′ high) 129.13
2 imageChain Link Mesh – 48 Inch Tall X 50 Feet – Black – 2 Inch X 2 Inch Opening 97.33 from Home Depot
3 imageGalv Chain Link Fence Post 2″ x 6ft 55.33
4 imageChain Link Post Tension Bands BLACK, Corner Post Hardware, Chain link Fence Parts 50.49
TOTAL 332.28
HST 43.20
GRAND TOTAL 375.48

NOTE:
These are all rough estimates and actual construction may vary.

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