Buy suitable fence posts at favorable prices at MTB
Fence posts, we all need them. But they tend to be one of the overlooked parts of the fence—always in the background, lending support, overshadowed by flashy pickets. But their shape, spacing, and materials are crucial decisions in your fence’s future.
The fence plays an isolation role in the courtyard design. Good-looking fence design can not only make people more enjoyable visually, but also make life full of surprises. Nowadays, fence post materials on the market are various, such as wood posts, metal posts, brick or stone posts, etc.
Wood posts are popular, but remember, they will decay over time. Pressure-treated posts will last longer than wood that hasn’t been treated. If your posts have been pressure-treated with chromated copper arsenate, they might survive for decades. Pine, redwood, and sweetgum are popular choices. If the ground is rocky or sandy, you’ll need to dig your wood post in deeper—maybe up to four feet.
Metal posts are not as ideal as they might seem at first glance. Though they’re durable and strong, they tend to bend. Wood is a more flexible choice. This is especially important if you’re fencing livestock. Once your cattle ram your metal posts a few times, well, there’s no bouncing back from that.
However, if you’re erecting a chain-link fence or something ornamental that doesn’t need to serve heavy-duty, metal posts may be fine.
We have many fence posts for you to choose from, which you can easily install on signs, garden fence,corner anchor posts, gate posts, netting wire, also can be used as U channel sign posts that is available in various lengths to meet post signs or mark driveways.