Our house's backyard has concrete slab along one of our sides of the house and there is no fence there. In order to install a fence we would need to dig perfect holes on the concrete around the sides for the posts and that just doesn't seem possible (well maybe possible but more complicated then my other..
May 25, 2017 . . you can extract that soil vertically. This makes for easy maneuvering so you won't be at risk of accidentally smashing a first-floor window with a shovel handle! And, by digging a hole that's the exact right diameter, you won't need to try to pack in soil or attempt to pour concrete around a wobbly fence post
Dec 31, 1999 . Q--I am putting up a new fence by installing wood posts set in a concrete footing. . Most squeaking is caused by loose floor boards or subflooring that has not been nailed or screwed down properly, but it's also possible that the creaking is caused by other structural problems, such as floor boards that have..
Jun 20, 2016 . Your driveway slab would work fine as a footing for that. HOWEVER, the primary force on a fence is typically lateral--especially a 6' fence. The reason posts are put into the ground is to counter lateral forces on the fence (typically the wind). I imagine there are types of brackets that could be used on the concrete to..