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As with any decking, fencing or other project that involves a post, you might be considering creating the hole yourself. However, it’s not as simple as just digging a hole. This process takes technique and specific measurements to ensure the post hole is safe and functional.
While we always recommend contacting a pro for any fencing or decking project, if you need a simple post hole, this could be a project you can DIY. To help, our friends at MyFixItUpLife share their tips on how to dig a post hole in the video below.
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Tips To Dig A Post Hole
- Do not angle your shovel, allow it to go straight into the ground.
- Dig a hole about 36” deep.
- A digging bar will help break up the dirt.
- Wear gloves to help protect your hands.
Digging a post hole can be a task that takes some effort, but it’s a step of your project that you can do yourself. Follow these steps to help you dig the perfect post hole.
Looking for more DIY ideas for your yard? Read How To Build A Fence.