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  1. Dig holes 500mm deep and 4cm longer than your rails apart. (Use rail as marker).
  2. Set posts upright in first hole, using spirit level.
  3. Stamp earth around base until firm.
  4. Twist in rails and marry up to second post as illustrated.
  5. Tap into place with a mallet and stamp earth into hole to secure and so on ....

  • All posts 125/150mm diameter.
  • Ground contact treated.
  • All rails 70mm diameter.
  • All gates constructed using galvanized bolts and include hinges and latches.
  • Non standard sizes can be ordered.
  • and SABS approved.

  1. Be sure all posts are set vertically. Rails should follow ground contours.
  2. Do not dig more than 3 or 4 holes ahead. Assemble as you go.
  3. Use string line to keep your line straight and post head heights in line.
  4. On very uneven ground the horizontal rails (and the ballusters in the ballustrade fence) will require shaving of the ends to accommodate the angle created by the uneven ground.
  5. Non standard rail lengths are easily created by cutting 40mm longer than needed and shaving to fit on site.
  6. Use an axe or heavy knife to shave.
  7. Holes dug in dry ground hold better.
  8. Stamp earth tightly around each post in 2 or 3 stages - not all at once.
  9. Cement in gate posts, etc., and leave to dry before work begins.
  10. If rail is bent, twist the bend to lie horizontally and pin in place with a couple of 50mm panel pins.
  11. Ordinary exterior PVA paint takes well on CCA treated timber.

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