Removing and Replacing a Rotted Fence Post

There are times when your Bergen County wood fence may have a rotted post. Even if you maintain your wooden fence perfectly, it can still rot over a long lifetime. The removal and replacement process is in-depth and should only be handled by a qualified fence company. Watch the video to see how the professionals will replace a fence’s rotted post.

Removing the post requires drilling sections in the post to make an easier removal. Once the post is pulled out of the ground and the section of the fence is set to the side, the new post can be brought in. Strings will be tied tight over the top of the fence to indicate its height. The new post will slide into a large hole, which will keep it steady once its connected to the fence. Be sure to work with your fence company on the proper way to repair a rotted fence.