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One response to “Should You Put Gravel At The Bottom Of A Wood Fence Post?/feed/”

  1. Cory Kloos says:

    I didn’t have 10 minutes to watch this entire thing, but I wanted to
    mention- whether or not you should or should not use gravel is highly
    dependant upon what type of soil you have. Where I am (high clay content)
    it’s a horrible idea. it’s a pool and the water has a very difficult time
    escaping. Best solution (most expensive) full concrete encas3ment below
    frost line with post having been coated in a liquid applied mbrane.
    concrete pier should be tapered.

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