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Installing a post into soil If you're building a fence onto soil or grass, this guide describes exactly what you need to do. It tells you what size holes you'll need to dig, how to work with hard ground, what to do to reduce the risk of the post rotting and how to keep the
dry set with no mortar to hold it together. These are usually made of stone and no footing is required. The other type uses mortar to hold the masonry together and they require a footing. Usually a mortared wall is made of brick, concrete blocks, or stone.
Retaining Wall Basics Segmental retaining walls typically fall into one of two categories. Gravity Retaining Wall The first category a gravity wall is a retaining wall that does not use soil reinforcement. A gravity wall has height limitations specific to each product.
Shovel in about 8 inches of gravel, set the post in and shovel in wet quick set concrete mix around the post. Set the carpenter's level against one face of the 4 by 4 post to check for plumb that the post is straight up and down and then place the level against an
Scored block units reduce the perceived scale of the masonry while maintaining the efficiencies and economies of construction. The scores are essentially false joints in the block units and my be pointed with mortar or they may be left as rectangular scores to
Find post locations. Using string tied to stakes, determine the perimeter of your fence and mark the corner locations, as well as measuring and marking the locations of the intermediate posts if they are needed . The distance between posts is up to you but keep in