First, wrap the steel chain around the concrete footing. You may have to dig a few inches down, but not far.
Here's a pretty simply method for removing a fence post seated in concrete.all without digging or messing.
Remove a fence post or concreted post fast and easy with half the time, work and dirt removal.
PULL A POST OUT OF THE GROUND Have you ever needed to pull a post out of the ground? They make.
Method 1. Using a Rope and Board. Assess the status of the fence post. Dig a trench around the post using a shovel. Soak the remaining soil. Rock the post in place. Nail it. Tie it up. Create a lever to help extract the post. Attach the rope to the end of the board closest to the post.
I wanted to find a way to lift out old fence posts that are embedded in the ground in concrete without having to resort to digging them out of the ground with a .
That's because fence posts are set in a concrete footing that is usually at least two feet deep in the ground. You could dig it out, but that takes too long. Have you .
Watch this video to lean how to remove a fence post.. of wood and over the fulcrum. Using the 2Ã—4 as a.
When removing a fence post you need to lever the post out in an upwards direction from the soil, this will then loosen the soil around the post enabling you to .
The most common way to get stubborn fence posts out of the ground is simply to dig the earth out from around the concrete base. It is possible to do this with .