Digging the Post Holes. Begin digging by holding the post hole diggers by the handles, one in each hand, with the handles close together. Thrust the blades into the earth so they cut a plug out of the soil (and turf, if there is any present).
How to Dig a Hole: Pro Tips. Step 1: String your line and pound the stakes. Step 2: Carve out a soil divot with a spade. Step 3: Loosen earth with a tile shovel. Step 4: Use your clamshell digger. Step 5: Use a reciprocating saw on large roots. Step 6: Dislodge rocks with a digging bar. Step 7: Tamp the soil with the.
Wonkee Donkee guides you through the process of digging post holes, broken down into 15 easy steps. Uses: A post hole digging bar.. A fence post. A spirit .
The most difficult task in building a fence is digging the holes for the posts. This can be backbreaking labor. A typical post will be 4 feet by 4 feet and 8 feet high.
$9 Post Holes – 9â€ or 12â€. We have a couple weeks left of decent weather. let us drill your holes so you can get your fence project completed before winter sets .