A: The post length is the length of the post as it is sold at Home Depot. 2 feet go into the ground. The remainder is above the ground and becomes the height of the fence. If you want a 6-foot fence, you need an 8-foot post. If you want a 4-foot fence, you need a 6-foot post. This is industry standard for fence height and component measurements.
A: T-posts are for heavier fencing such as welded wire. U-posts are for lighter-weight fencing such as garden fencing or chicken wire. There is also a price difference between the two fence post types.
A: Our T-posts can support any of our wire fencing.
A: Yes, likely with baling wire, twine or something similar. There are small ridges on the front face of the t-post that would help the wire to stay at the desired height.
A: Hi 1466. Thank you for shopping at The Home Depot. Yes, you can attach a sign to this T-Post but you will need to drill holes into the sign to accomplish this. Zip ties may work best for hanging your sign after holes are made. Please let us know if we can be of further assistance. Rick_HD_OC
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