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Corner Post

Greater Strength, Fewer Wrinkles, More Versatile Design Options

Many companies use a 2 pole system when they need to create a turn that is 45 degrees or beyond in your fence. This may force other poles in your fence to bow awkwardly. All-Safe’s exclusive Corner Posts are specifically engineered to make turns beyond 45 degrees. The Corner Post allows your fence to maintain tension around a corner without the pole bowing while minimizing the number of holes in your deck.

Corner Post Installation

Double Pole Corners

Double Pole Corners

One method of handling sharp turns is to use two poles in each corner. This method is referred to as ‘Double Pole Corners’. This method is acceptable, however, it is difficult to maintain the spacing between the poles due to ‘bowing’ and maintaining wrinkle free mesh is more challenging.

without Corner Post

without a Corner Post

This installation above shows the traditional method of handling ‘corners’. This method does not allow for true 90 degree turns and maintaining wrinkle free mesh can be more difficult. Although the end result is functional, it is not as aesthetically pleasing or as strong as an All-Safe “Corner Post”.

without Corner Post

without Corner Post

When a standard pole is used at the ‘corner’ or ‘sharp turn’, the pole tends to ‘flex’ and ‘bow’ under the tension of the fence. This flexing causes the mesh to wrinkle. This challenge is overcome by using an All-Safe “Corner Post”, which is extremely strong, very rigid and has virtually no flex.

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If it is important that your product be an exact color or shade, it is highly recommended that you inspect the actual product prior to its installation and address any concerns with your local independent installer. Most independent installers do not offer refunds or accept returns due to color variations.