What is the easiest way to remove metal fence posts?
To remove a metal fence post set in dirt, some strong muscles, a shovel, and patience will do the job. To remove a metal fence post set in concrete, you can pry it out with a car jack, tractor, or lever made from lumber. If it’s set in continuous concrete, you may need some heavier machinery, like a jackhammer.
How do you remove a metal fence post from a concrete slab?
Start by using your shovel to dig around the steel fence posts and the concrete. This will make it easier for you to remove them later. Dig all the way down to the bottom of the concrete. Wear gloves for digging and then try moving the steel fence posts backward and forward to loosen them a little.
Who can remove a flagpole?
If choosing to remove the footing, use a contractor-grade reciprocating saw and cut the flagpole off about 3 feet above the ground. Two men should be involved in the process. While one person cuts the pole, the other should use the rope that is tied to the top of the flag pole to control the pole as it falls.