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How to Install a Round Terminating Post & Sleeve

When No Solid Termination Structure Exists

Round Terminating Posts are a key component to ensuring a proper and secure fence installation. If you are terminating a pool fence at a point where no solid structure is available or you cannot anchor into the available structure (like a glass wall, PVC fence, window, no wall at all) and your installation surface is dirt, you will need a Round Terminating Post. Please note: If the installation surface is concrete and you have no solid structure to anchor into to terminate the fence, see our Rectangular Post for this situation.

The Round Terminating Post is designed to act as the secure structure for your fence and will hold the proper tension.

The Post can be installed permanently with concrete or you can make the post fully removable using a Round Terminating Post Sleeve.

Making Turns in Dirt/Grass

You can also use a Round Terminating Post to make a turn in dirt/grass. Due to the fence tension, if you are planning on making turns in your fence while installing in dirt/grass you must use a Round Terminating Post. If you use a regular pole to complete a turn, the tension applied to that pole will cause the pole to bend, and potentially break, leaving access to the pool.

You can also opt to install a sleeve so that the post can be fully removable.

Installation Video

Please note that these parts & components may only be available through a Reseller and not available for self-installation.

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