How to Replace a Rotted Fence Post – This Old House

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Adding new life to an old fence with This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook. (See below for a shopping list and tools.)

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Tools for How to Replace a Rotted Fence Post:
– layout square
– circular saw
– hammer
– pointed shovel
– plastic tarp
– post-hole digger
– mason’s line
– 6-foot level
– impact driver

Shopping List for How to Replace a Rotted Fence Post:
– cedar fence post
– two 24-inch-long 2x4s”] for supporting fence section
– 3/4-inch gravel
– 2×3″] get one 8-footer
– graded base
– 3-inch decking screws

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