Can you reuse fence post spikes?
PS-01: Post spikes can be used to fix fences. The surface of the post spike is plated with zinc, which means that it can prevent itself and the base of post free of the damage from moisture environment. So it has a long life to reuse and provide cost effectiveness to you in the long run.
Can you reuse fence posts with concrete?
Pulling up an existing fence post to reuse can be quite a task. Posts with concrete at the base are the most difficult to remove and reuse because the concrete base is larger than the post, which makes pulling it up through the ground much harder.
How do you get rid of ground spikes?
- Thoroughly wet the dirt, or wait until you have had some heavy rains to soften it.
- Dig down with the trowel to expose a couple of inches of the spike.
- Bash the tip of the spike sideways with a sledge hammer or large mallet.
- Tug the spike out of the ground.
- If it resists, bash it some more.
How do you get stakes out of frozen ground?
Use a rock to hammer the stake down at the start of your trip. When removing, use it to hammer and break up the sides of the ground by the stake. This will loosen the ground around it and allow you to pull it out with ease. It’s often the top of the ground, which has trapped the water and frozen so hard.
Are fence post spikes strong?
A post-mix is stronger and lasts many more years when compared to a spike. If you are erecting a fence for a short period then the fence spike will be the better option because it’s easy to remove.
Can you use old fence posts?
If the fence posts of your existing fence are in good shape but the fence itself isn’t, you can replace the fence panels and attach them to the existing posts. To check whether your existing fence posts are in good enough shape to reuse, poke the wood with the tip of screwdriver.