U Channel Posts for Fences & Signs - Studded Steel, Green - Sizes: 3, 4, 5 ft
Install wire mesh fences in your garden or signs in your front yard with Sandbaggy's Green U-Posts! Made from rust-resistant steel, these posts offer continued protection from pests entering your garden, as well as being able to support and stabilize plants, such as a small tress. They come in 3 sizes (3-5 ft) to fit a variety of your needs.
- Sizes: 3 ft, 4 ft, 5 ft
- Weight: 0.5 lbs per feet
- 3 ft U-Post - approx. 1.5 lb
- 4 ft U-Post - approx. 2 lb
- 5 ft U-Post - approx. 2.5 lbs
- Material: Rust-resistant Steel
- Light Duty Applications: Perfect For Gardening - Keep pests away from your plants. U-Posts are an easy and fast way to install a wire mesh fence to protect your garden. They are also a great option to help fix and stabilize plants, such as small trees.
- Install Signs In Your Yard - "No Soliciting", "Private Property", etc. Installing signs in your front yard is easy with our U-Posts! Each post has an anchor plate, also known as a spade, making them sturdier and help them firmly stick into the ground without moving when the wind blows.
- Heavy Duty Steel - Made from a rust-resistant steel, these U-Posts are made to last! They're strong enough to withstand heavy wind without bending.
- Sizes: 3, 4, 5 ft - We offer these in 3 different sizes to accompany a variety of your needs. We recommend the smaller 3 or 4 ft sizes for protecting smaller plants in your garden, and the 5 ft size for larger plants and installing signs in your yard.
- Wholesale: Save When You Buy In Bulk! Save as much as 40% per U-post when you purchase them in bulk. We sell our U-posts in bundles of 5 up to 300 posts.
What is the difference between T-posts and U-posts?
The difference between a t-post and u-post is the shape of the post and how that affects what they are each used for. U-post's u-shape makes them ideal for light duty applications, such as creating a fence around a garden. The t-post's t-shape lends itself toward heavy duty applications such as creating a fence around a property.
How do you install U Channel fence posts?
The best way to get your u-post into the ground is to use a manual fence post driver. Simply put the driver over the fence post and use a downward force to continually hammer it into the ground. Make sure your fence post does not twist or turn while pounding it into the ground.
How far apart should you place U-posts?
For the best results and a sturdier fence, space u-posts no more than 10 feet apart.
How far into the ground should a fence post go?
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