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Rebar alternating with wood posts as uprights. I would use T-posts for a tall fence. Need Juniperus for weavers because this should be a permanent fence, given the work required. Great winter project. Inspiring Fences… | Harmony in the Garden

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from The Family Handyman

How to Set Fence Posts That Won't Rot

Did your fence posts rot at the bottom? Here's how to install new ones—and avoid the problems that made your old posts rot.

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The PostMaster steel fence post from Master Halco, Inc. is designed to provide strength and durability to wood fences. It won't rot and fail where it's in contact with wet soil like wood fence posts. It's also much smaller than wood fence posts so it's easier to design and build a fence that looks great on both sides.

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from SF Gate

How to Convert a Chain-Link Fence to a Wooden Fence

A chain-link fence may be utilitarian, but it isn't the classiest type of fence. It can be converted to a wood fence, however. One of the advantages of chain-link fence posts is that they are ...

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