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Question: Should I use gravel or concrete for fence posts?
Top Answer (93% of 16 votes): Concrete.

Answer: Concrete
Explanation: Concrete is the only thing that forms a solid formation to your post
Wilson fence
Answer: Concrete
Explanation: The concrete is a bonding additive to ensure everything stays in place and does it's job.
Henson Coatings and Construction
Answer: Concrete
Explanation: We always place a 2" backfill of gravel to help water have a place to disperse, rather than sitting on post base.
ATX Residential Construction
ProMatcher
Answer: Concrete
Explanation: Always concrete
Myrtle Beach Fence
Answer: Concrete
Explanation: Always concrete.
Advanced Fence Construction, LLC
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