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Round Terminating Post
Are you planning to install a new fence in a dirt or grass area and need to terminate the fence without drilling into your walls? Or maybe you’re looking for a fence that offers strength and support when an existing structure is not stable enough to connect to. Either way, Round Terminating Posts might be the perfect solution for you.
As the name suggests, Round Terminating Posts are free-standing, self-supporting posts that allow your fence to terminate or make turns in a dirt setting. They are also available in a removable option, which is ideal for those who want the flexibility to remove all of their fence posts when needed.
Overall, Round Terminating Posts offer a practical and reliable solution for those who want to install a fence without drilling holes in their walls, if the fence is installed in dirt or grass. If you need to terminate a fence and have a concrete or paver deck, please see our Rectangular Terminating Option here.
Round Terminating Posts provide the necessary strength and support for a proper pool fence installation. If you’re in the market for a fence, and you need to install in dirt, consider using a Round Terminating Posts for a convenient, durable, and safe installation.
Existing Structure not Stable
The typical method of ‘terminating’ a removable fence is to attach to an existing structure such as a block wall. The existing structure must be solid and structurally sound. A Round Terminating Post is used to ‘terminate’ the fence in dirt planters when the existing structure is not adequate. Examples include glass walls, vinyl fences, rotting wood fences, etc.
There are 2 types of Round Terminating Posts (RTP’s), ‘removable’ and ‘non-removable’. Non-removable RTP’s are permanently installed into the ground and cannot be removed. Removable RTP’s are inserted into a ground sleeve (see photo above) this is installed into the ground.
Our Round Terminating Posts are strong, rigid and powder-coated to match the rest of the fence. These posts support the tension of the fence without attaching to your existing structure (stucco wall of house, glass fence, wood fence, etc.). They are free standing and self-supporting and are used in dirt or grass areas.