DIY ProjectsEasiest Concreted Post Remover Ever

Easiest Concreted Post Remover Ever

Remove those old concreted posts fast and easy.

If you have some posts that have been set in concrete and now they need to be taken out, you have come to the right place. Check out the easiest concreted post remover ever and see how easy this method really is. There will come a time that you will need to do some sort of fence repair or rebuild on your property and that just might include having to remove old fence posts.

Easiest Concreted Post Remover Ever

Unfortunately, because the old posts are usually concreted in the ground you will have to have an easy way to remove them. The old-fashioned way would be to use a shovel and dig down and around the old post and concrete. There are plenty of other methods being used. There are folks that like a chain and a 2 ton jack, others use boards and leverage. Some folks even use chains and a vehicle. I think that one could be dangerous in case the chain were to snap. It would also be hard on the vehicle. In this video you will see that all you need to remove a post that is set in concrete is three items. You will need a step ladder, a  come along winch and a tow strap. No digging is required. This is the easiest way to remove a post that I have seen so far.

The Do It Yourself project on this video is from Dan Hounslow on YouTube. The video shows all of the necessary stuff you will need to have on hand and shows him removing a concreted post with the three items.

Benefits of watching the video DIY Project: Easiest Concreted Post Remover Ever

Discover a very simple trick for safely removing old fence posts without having to dig them up
The video shows all of the things that you will need to have on hand in order to get started
It also show how the post was removed,
The video so how much easier this method is compared to the other methods I have seen.

Paige Raymond
Paige Raymond
Raised in rural Montana and educated in Mechanical Engineering and Sustainable Development, Paige Raymond combines a practical mindset with a passion for self-reliance and sustainability. With expertise ranging from mechanical solutions and food preservation to emergency preparedness and renewable energy, Paige is a proud author with more than 5000 published articles.

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