Grind posts are many times very personal designed. They are usually also bigger and stronger than the other posts of the hedge. Look around - and get inspiration from older residential neighborhoods before ordering or manufacturing your own grind posts.
Keep in mind that even though the fence is replaced after a few years, the pillar posts often remain and give an atmosphere to the new hedge. There are finished grind posts in mainly steel constructions to buy. If you want to mount a roof rack that will "disappear" in the empty border, such a post is preferable.
However, if you want to put a beautiful wooden roof or fenced plot with a hedge, beautiful gravel poles are fine "dots in the" The
is not uncommon with masonry posts. These "dress" a house with tiled extra well. Whichever material you choose, the construction must be strong enough to hold the gate.
It is also very important how to anchor the post. The most common thing is that it is cast directly into the ground - or mounted in a fastened post shoe.
The gate post can have more functions than just keeping gates. For houses with larger plots it is not unusual that there is a ring line up to the house on the gate post. Lamps that crown the gate pole give a welcoming impression and recessed lighting on the nameplate or the number of the house, making it easier for the visitor to find the right.
Pole posts with a wide and flat upper part can also inspire flower arrangements. Just keep in mind that any urns must be properly secured. They will stand steadily, even if the wind absorbs the storm.
The dimension of the pillar posts is governed by several factors. They should be strong enough to carry the gate and be well suited to the size of the hole and the plot. In addition, they should be in harmony with both the hedge and the character of the house.
The grind posts to a fattened fence should not be as powerful as the castings. If you are planting a new hedge, which you should make posts, you should have the full hedge as the starting point for the posts' dimensions.
Previously, it was relatively common with cast iron posts. Today, it is difficult to get that kind of bar on business. On the other hand, you can turn to a smaller forging workshop and order forged bars. The chairs are beautifully and artistically made at often affordable prices.
Some artisans treat the bars against rust and even paint them before you get them. If you choose galvanized posts, you can not paint them until after a year - that is, if the zinc is not quickly treated with acid.
You can even cast concrete piles of cement. First, you will find foundation directly in the ground where the posts will stand. In the foundation, reinforcing iron, which is as long as the total height of the post, shall be stuck. Then you make a mold of wood.
If you want relief pattern in the post, wear the inside of the mold with plywood and / or triangular strips. Each bulge in the shape becomes a pattern on the finished post.
Do not forget to make sockets in the shape of the hinges, so that you can fix them at the same time. Fill the mold with cement and let it burn properly. Then cast the cover plate in the same way.
I When making wood pegs, it's important to design the top of the bar so that the water drainage works. If the water can stay on the cutting surface, the moisture quickly penetrates into the wood and the pole begins to muzzle. Artistic decorating of posts is therefore not only appealing to the eye, but also good practical.
1. Murade gate posts give a stable impression. These can be combined with different types of hedges. Here you have chosen a network ceiling as a delineation. The lamps give the entrance a personal touch.
2. Casting grind posts or grind posts in throwing this type are no longer as common. The beautiful but dismissive spearhead shape is tradition from the time when the hedge was primarily used to prevent unlawful entry into the property.
3. Cast concrete piles of concrete you can vary a lot. Have you chosen to make the post without embellishments, but crowned the top so that the entrance gets a character. Pay particular attention to the balanced balance between gates, posts and the significantly lower fence.
4. Grind posts carved in stone and granite have been used for a long time. In a rural setting, this little opole model is common. In urban environments, it is both more common and more beautiful with more worked posts.
5. Wood pebbles are very common, but nowadays it's rare to see such beautiful copies as these. It is not only the posts that make the entrance inviting. The gates with the slightly downward-shouldered shape also contribute to the hospitable impression.
6. Here are a couple of newly made paved pillar posts, made entirely like the house in the background. Stems of this kind give a great impression, but combined with, for example, a dense hedge, the plot gives a softer and more hospitable frame.
7. If you want to have brick pavers, you can, like here, "mura in" the mailbox in the post. You empty the mailbox through a lockable door on the back of the post. Just remember to follow the mail's instructions as to the location of the box. This means, among other things, that the incest should be facing the street and be approximately 110 cm above the ground.
8. You may not think of the grind posts primarily when you see this kind of portal. Nevertheless, the extended posts are a prerequisite for the construction. Despite the overhead entrance, no building permit is required.
9. Real paradise pointers do not belong to the ordinary villages, but can certainly be a source of inspiration if you are in the process of building and fencing your plot. The often very well-made and lavish pillars are mostly designed in a dimension that fits better into a more ordinary house and a smaller plot.
If you want a pillar pole with lighting in can you do some preparatory work yourself. On the other hand, the electrical installation has to be handed over to a person skilled in the art. Remember to dig down the cable at least 60 cm deep, otherwise you can easily damage it during gardening.
When anchoring the gravel pole into the ground, you should dig down to frost-free depth. To further reduce the risk that the post will "travel" you can have a wide "foot" - a so-called ground clamp - in the bottom of the post. To prevent the posts from sliding laterally, connect the gate posts with a horizontal beam - even this under ground.