ERIE FENCE ANCHORS
Erie Fence has been using the anchor for 30 years in conjunction with posts set in concrete in all types of ground conditions.Â We found the anchor to work equally as well.Â In fact, the anchor performs better than posts with concrete in areas with heavy freeze conditions and in areas where there is standing ground water.
Anchors reduce labor and material costs.Â The job gets done cheaper and faster with no compromise in quality.
Installation is simple.
1.Â Slide the anchor onto the post so that the bottom of the anchor is just above the ground level mark.
2.Â Pound the post into the grade level.
3.Â Drive the anchor down the post into the ground so that it is just about 2 inches below grade level.
4.Â Jobs done.
As an option, a self-tapping screw through the holes in the anchor can be added to prevent gate posts from turning.
ERIE FENCE ANCHOR FEATURES
- No holes to dig.
- No sand, gravel and cement to buy, mix and haul.
- No cement spills and mess to clean up.
- No dirt to remove from lawn.
- No frost problems.
- Stretch fence immediately. No delay for cement to cure.
- One day fence installation.
- Holds just as securely as cement.
- Fence can be easily disassembled and moved.
- Easy adjustments for professional looking jobs.
- Fence posts can be installed in all weather conditions from standing water to temperatures too cold to mix cement.
- No change in sod or landscaping appearance.
- Anchors are American made of heavy duty, galvanized steel.
- Optional self-tapping screws lock anchor to post to eliminate turning if desired.
- Line post can be set closer to concrete walk or driveway.
- Corner post can be set close without going outside property line.