HomeChain Link Fence
fence banner 1

How Do You Embed A Chain Link Fence?


As an alternative to the classic cementing in of the fence posts, you can also create point foundations with KG pipes. Compared to the classic setting in concrete, this variant does not embed the post, but simply inserts reddish brown KG pipes into the ground. Best suited for this purpose are tubes that are 50 cm long. For this purpose, align the pipe vertically in all directions, fill the surrounding area with the previously excavated soil and compact it. Then fill in the empty tube with coarse gravel, on which the post can stand firm. In this step, any deviating heights can be easily compensated.

The big advantage: you can fine-tune the fence!

Then place the post in the tube, align it and fill the tube about halfway (25 cm) with gravel. Now water the gravel sand to condense it. Thus, the post already has a firm footing, but can still be readjusted. Now follow the previous steps for each fence post. So the aluminum gates as a whole can be readjusted final. In the final step, fill in all the pipes to the top of the pipe with concrete. For example, use a screed concrete dry mix from the bag and mix according to the manufacturer's instructions. Use the mixed concrete to fill the pipe and smooth the concrete residue around the post with a trowel. This procedure has the advantage compared to classic setting in concrete without KG pipes.

Fasten the fence with easy-to-reach bottom sleeves
If you want to assemble your fence posts with impact floor sleeves, you will need a big hammer, a rubber mallet, a spirit level, a tape measure, as well as a bottoming tool and, of course, the bottom casings.

The installation of chain fences is very easy: First omitted in this mounting the excavation at the posts. In addition, the impact floor sleeves are designed so that condensation in the post run off and so corrosion on the fence system can be prevented.
chain link fence 6 fence infographics 5