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Steadypost FenceFins Square Fence Post Anchoring System

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Fantastically simple and easy to use, these innovative SteadyPost FenceFins are a great new way to securely anchor square fence posts. These compact yet strong fins are simply nailed to the bottom of the fence post then buried beneath the ground. With a straightforward installation and long lifetime, these fins are a great alternative to traditional fencepost anchoring methods. Perfect for both professional gardeners and DIY-ers alike, these fins require minimal effort and are completely invisible once beneath the ground, helping to keep your garden look beautiful and neat.

Reviewed by Which? Gardening as: "Simple to use and easier to keep straight than a metal spike"

  • Sturdily anchors square fence posts into the ground - these fence fins are great for resisting strong winds to keep your fence standing no matter the weather
  • Quick and easy to install - simply nail the fins to the post and insert them into pre-dug holes without extra hammering or waiting for concrete to dry
  • Doesn't disturb your garden - the need to dig smaller holes helps to keep your garden looking undisturbed
  • Easy to remove and re-use - if you've accidentally placed the post in the wrong place or feel that it's time for a change, the posts can be easily dug out and removed from the ground and the fins ready to use again
  • Suitable for using with 7.62cm (3in) fence posts

Easy to set up
These innovative fence fins make it quicker and easier to set up a fence post compared to using spikes or concrete. After choosing a fence post, measure it so you can be sure that there is approximately two foot of post in the ground. Overlap the Steady Post fins on either side of the post just below ground level then nail them into place. Decide where your fence post needs to go - remembering that the fins must run parallel to the fence panel. Dig a "T-Shaped" hole then slide the post and fence fins into it. Finally, fill the hole with soil, ensuring that you compact the soil regularly. This can be done with a broom handle or thin post.

Sturdy design and high resistance
Steadypost Fence Fins work by increasing the surface area of the fence post beneath the soil. This means that the force exerted on the fence by high winds is distributed more evenly, spreading it further and reducing the risk of the post toppling.

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Type Fence Fittings