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8 in. x 2 in. x 16 in. Concrete Top Cap - The

I have an above-ground pool, 17' diameter by 52" high. That gives me about 6800 gallons of water. The feet at the bottom of the surrounding support posts were all sinking into the ground, so I drained it and placed these blocks (dug in level with the ground) under each foot.

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4 in. x 4 in. x 12 ft. #2 Ground Contact Pressure-Treated.

I am building a ground level deck. Part of these ground contact 4x4's will run along an existing concrete porch. I am not able to use standoffs along the concrete due to limited deck height to allow a …

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Amazon.com : Fiskars 60 Inch Steel Posthole Digger.

I used it to put up a fence around my corner lot property using 26 4x4x8 treated posts. Each hole was dug a minimum of 36" deep, some about 48" to allow for drainage gravel at the bottom ( I used sand instead of concrete to set the posts).

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Building a Raised Garden Into a Hillside. - Instructables.com

Jul 09, 2013 · I have a small backyard with very little level ground and plenty of shade. I wanted to expand my garden, but the prime real-estate was up a six foot incline to my back fence.

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Amazon.com : Dalen Gardeneer By DX-7 Deer-X Protective.

I've used this product for a number of years and bought more when I expanded the original garden. I use metal grid fencing, buried in the ground at the bottom, and this product, doubled over above it, …

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