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    • pianistdave
    • By pianistdave 2nd Aug 16, 8:42 AM
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    pianistdave
    I replaced my concrete posts this Spring with wooden ones and it was the best move by far. The fences and posts are all painted and the end on the garden looks great.
    • Grenage
    • By Grenage 2nd Aug 16, 9:22 AM
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    Grenage
    Holy thread-necromancing sales spam, Batman.
    • Allder93
    • By Allder93 4th Dec 17, 7:35 PM
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    Concrete
    I decided on concrete post, in the end, East Coast Fencing has a nice article with several pro's and con's for both, and it doesn't feel like they're trying to push you towards one or the other

    eastcoastfencing.co.uk/Blog/concrete-fence-posts-vs-wooden-fence-posts
    • Warwick Hunt
    • By Warwick Hunt 4th Dec 17, 7:39 PM
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    Warwick Hunt
    Holly thread resurrection. Spam reported.
    • George Michael
    • By George Michael 4th Dec 17, 8:03 PM
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    George Michael
    I decided on concrete post, in the end, East Coast Fencing has a nice article with several pro's and con's for both, and it doesn't feel like they're trying to push you towards one or the other

    eastcoastfencing.co.uk/Blog/concrete-fence-posts-vs-wooden-fence-posts
    Originally posted by Allder93
    Hopefully the mods won't remove the post I've quoted. (The one from Allder93)
    Why?
    Well, if they leave it in place then other MSE readers can see for themselves that East Coast Fencing is a company not to be trusted and one which has to rely on fake customer reviews to drum up business.

    Maybe I'm wrong and it's pure concidence that East coast fencing is owned and run by a Mr Darren Allder.

    https://www.mybuilder.com/profile/view/east_coast_fencing
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