vinyl fencing for existing posts

Installing new 8ft fence, re-using existing 4ft posts - home Is there any way to effectively reuse the 4ft posts for a new 8ft fence? Ideas I've Jon1270's suggestion will work, if the existing posts are deep enough and strong enough for when the wind hits your new, taller fence. Wood posts If so, you can DIY a coyote roller style system - I've seen some with PVC.

How to Install a Vinyl Privacy Fence - Room for Tuesday Things are really shaping up, but so far the biggest difference has been replacing our rotten old wood fence for a beautiful white privacy fence. . Vinyl Fence DIY. How to Set a Fence Post We used approximately 3 bags of concrete per post hole. Yes, I know that's a lot of concrete, but that's pretty typical for 

What to Consider When Replacing an Existing Fence Wood fences, in particular, can last a long time; yet unlike vinyl or aluminum, wood fences may eventually require replacement after decades' worth of attempt to replace a fence on their own and run into big problems when they dig a new post hole that goes a few inches deeper than the original ones.

How to Mount a Vinyl Fence to Concrete Garden Guides Assemble your fence so that your end fence post is flush against a concrete wall. When possible your vinyl post should be installed as described in Section 1. If you cannot dig a post hole due to an existing footer or sidewalk, you can cut and fit treated 2- by 4-inch board to fit inside the bottom of the vinyl post. Cut the board 

Can I install a vinyl fence using the posts - Democratic Underground Edited on Mon Jul-11-11 07:35 PM by NMDemDist2. not sure though . here's a FAQ from a fence company (but they ARE trying to sell new posts LOL ) www.hooverfence.com/howto/use-old-posts-question but it does look like they sell em www.hooverfence.com/vinyl/hardware/nw6011.htm 

How to Install a Vinyl Privacy Fence This Old House In this video, This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook works with a fencing contractor to install a vinyl privacy fence. Steps: 1. Use an electric jackhammer to cut away part of the asphalt driveway at the first gatepost location. 2. Stretch a taut mason line from the first post location to establish the position of the second