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Square Fence Posts - £2.00 instore (C&C) @ B&Q

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B & Q Spruce Fence Post (W)75mm £2 each, click and collect Not a lot about ,but some stores have them, maybe use codes to lower price. B&Q WASHINGTON B&Q Manchester - Trafford Park B… Read More
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2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago
B & Q Spruce Fence Post (W)75mm £2 each, click and collect
Not a lot about ,but some stores have them, maybe use codes to lower price.
B&Q WASHINGTON
B&Q Manchester - Trafford Park
B&Q Derby
B&Q St Helens
B&Q Edinburgh - Hermiston Gait
maybe more.
Might help someone.
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4 Likes #1
Sorry I am on the fence with this one!
Heat added ;)
4 Likes #2
mbriz
Sorry I am on the fence with this one!
Heat added ;)


Don't be a stick in the mud ;)
#3
Can I use these instead to make a raised garden bed? The actual large wood for that purpose are ridiculously expensive.
2 Likes #4
umirza85
Can I use these instead to make a raised garden bed? The actual large wood for that purpose are ridiculously expensive.

They're meant for external use so you can use them for that purpose.
#5
darkwarrior
umirza85
Can I use these instead to make a raised garden bed? The actual large wood for that purpose are ridiculously expensive.
They're meant for external use so you can use them for that purpose.
Thanks that's great. Was just worried about if having constant contact with damp soil would affect their construction
#6
Thanks for the post op
1 Like #7
Only 4 places left in stock ... Derby Trafford and beckton and Washington :|
1 Like #8
umirza85
darkwarrior
umirza85
Can I use these instead to make a raised garden bed? The actual large wood for that purpose are ridiculously expensive.
They're meant for external use so you can use them for that purpose.
Thanks that's great. Was just worried about if having constant contact with damp soil would affect their construction

Any wood outside needs some kind of protection. So these will be treated for external use, but you need to make sure that water isn't constantly pooling around the base. So for posts in the ground for decking or fencing, you'd have a concrete base with a slope so water runs away.

I'd probably put some external varnish or something on if oyu're not concreting them into the ground and wrap them in weed fabric. As long as it's not structural though, as long as the wood isn't sitting in a pond it'll last you a long time.
1 Like #9
umirza85
Can I use these instead to make a raised garden bed? The actual large wood for that purpose are ridiculously expensive.
Just what i was thinking of doing with them. None within 40 miles of me though.
#10
hot deal
1 Like #11
umirza85
Can I use these instead to make a raised garden bed? The actual large wood for that purpose are ridiculously expensive.
No reason why not, they are for external use, would advise you drive the posts in as far as possible individualy then use a level to cut them all to the desired height, when thats done would benefit from a top rail screwd in to prevent water ingress, (screwed rather than nailed, will also help prevent individual movement creating uneven lines). Would work out cheaper and easier to use railway sleepers though, should be able to get them for a max of £20 each
1 Like #12
umirza85
Can I use these instead to make a raised garden bed? The actual large wood for that purpose are ridiculously expensive.

I would recommend lining the inside of the raised bed with strong plastic sheeting. Any wood, even treated, will perish under constant dampness.
If you prevent the soil from having direct contact with the wood, it will last longer.
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hotmik
Thanks for the post op

Gender reassignment??
#14
Even at low price, previous quality has been dire.
#15
Spruce posts won't last unless they are incised, pine ones will last longer.
#16
Great for posts for decking. Much cheaper than buying decking supports
#17
Washington said they've had none in for months!!!! Gggrrrrrr
#18
Seems to have gone up in price slightly link now showing as £96oO
#19
it's not a square... however it is a prism
#20
Grumpy1
Seems to have gone up in price slightly link now showing as £96oO

£2 post link;)
#21
Out of stock Derby ( despite website saying they are in stock ) We rang them to check.
#22
Grumpy1
Seems to have gone up in price slightly link now showing as £96oO


Cannot believe the suckers who buy fence posts for over £50 each, some are £135!!!!!, go to a timber yard and pick it up for a couple of pounds. There is also £20 for home delivery
#23
mbriz
Sorry I am on the fence with this one!
Heat added ;)


Good post.
Woodn't the fence break?
#24
kramer2088
it's not a square... however it is a prism


Surely you mean a rectangular cuboid rather than a prism.

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