Made of galvanised steel, the FENCEMATE DuraPost System creates durable fencing that is quick to install. DuraPost is suitable for all the jobs where you might have used concrete or timber posts. The system is compatible with virtually all types of timber fencing panels including feather board, hit and miss, European panels and close boarded fencing.

FENCEMATE DuraPost System

 

What types of jobs is DuraPost suitable for?

DuraPost is suitable for all the jobs where you might have used concrete or timber posts.

Why does DuraPost come with a continuous run of holes?

The continuous run of holes provided on the DuraPost allows you to fix your fence panel or gravel board from the rear of the post. The holes make it easier to construct your fence, particularly when building on a slope.

Which types of fencing is DuraPost suitable for?

DuraPost is suitable for virtually all types of timber fencing panels including feather board, hit and miss, European panels and close boarded fencing.
The post can be used for post and rail fencing but is not designed for any type of wire fencing systems.

Is DuraPost really up to twice as quick as concrete to install?

A test was carried out using independent professional contractors. This demonstrated that the time taken to fit fence panels with DuraPost took only half the time in terms of man-hours when compared to concrete posts. One person was able to carry out the tasks normally requiring two people because DuraPost is so much lighter and easier to use than concrete posts.

Does DuraPost really withstand high winds?

Yes. The product underwent independent testing at the Building Research Establishment and proved to withstand wind speeds in excess of 70MPH.

How sustainable is DuraPost?

DuraPost is made from steel which is a sustainable material and can be infinitely recycled.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION

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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

FENCEMATE DuraPost Assembly InstructionsStep 1: Set your first post into the ground using Rapid Set Fence Post Concrete and check the height. Dig the next hole. You can now position the gravelboard at the correct height and checked for level.

Step 2: Slide your fence panel into the first post and secure with screws. Position your second post, check for alignment and set into the ground.

Step 3: Fix capping rail and post caps if required.

FENCEMATE DuraPost Fixing Instructions

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