Fence-Hole Augering

Bellon Construction Group LLC offers fence-hole augering services for residential and commercial projects. Augering is the process of using augers to dig post holes, usually for building fences or decks. It may seem like it is a simple process, just using a tool to dig a post hole, but there’s more to it than that. An auger is an easy tool to use, if used properly. Used improperly, an auger can cause injury and even cause potential liability concerns. There may be local ordinances that specify the depth of post holes for various projects. A permit may be required.

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Fence-Hole Augering Services

Using an auger may result in other problems. In many areas, some utility systems are underground, such as water pipes, gas pipes, water mains, sewer systems, and other utility lines. If a homeowner or contractor is unfamiliar with augering damages one of these systems, this could result in legal issues or a big financial liability.

Fence-Hole Augering
Fence-Hole Augering

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It’s best to leave fence-hole augering to professionals. At Bellon, our crews are carefully trained. We work with the utility companies to locate their underground systems, and we are familiar with local requirements for licensing and project details. Call in the augering experts from Bellon Construction Group, and it will be done right. We are fully licensed and insured. Call us for a Free Estimate.

It’s easy to rent an auger, but not so easy to use one. There are several kinds of augers. Some are designed for one person to use, some are designed for two people, and some are larger, towed to the site, or maybe mounted on a tractor or truck. The kind of augering needed depends on the kind of project. A deck that is going to be used for gatherings or just to relax on is going to need sturdy supporting posts to safely carry the weight. A decorative fence will need smaller posts than a privacy fence. Some utility buildings use a post and frame form of construction, and the posts must be carefully done.

You also want to have the auger holes aligned correctly, and vertical. That sounds like it should be easy, but it requires attention to detail. So does correct spacing of the holes. Most fencing comes in pre-built sections of set lengths and the posts must be the precise distance apart and exactly the correct depth that the fence measurements call for. Well-done augering means the fences go up quickly with no problems.

Using an auger may result in other problems. In many areas, some utility systems are buried underground, such as water pipes, gas pipes, water mains, sewer systems, and other utility lines. If a homeowner or contractor who is unfamiliar with augering damages one of these systems, it could result in legal issues or a big financial liability.

It’s best to leave fence-hole augering to professionals. The result will be a good fence, properly aligned and erected, a fence that will last for a long time.

At Bellon, our crews are carefully trained. We work with the utility companies to locate their underground systems, and we are familiar with local requirements for licensing and project details. Call in the augering experts from Bellon Construction Group, and it will be done right. It will be done safely, it will be done fast and it will be done at a good price. We are fully licensed and insured. Call us for a Free Estimate.

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