Concrete Fence Poles

Concrete fence poles are vertical structural components typically used to support and anchor fencing materials such as panels, wires, or rails. They are manufactured from precast concrete in various lengths and designs.


  • Durability: Concrete is known for its durability and resistance to weathering, making concrete fence poles suitable for outdoor applications.
  • Strength: Concrete provides robust support for fencing, ensuring stability and longevity.
  • Variety of Designs: Available in different designs to accommodate various fencing styles and configurations.
  • Low Maintenance: Requires minimal maintenance compared to wooden posts and is not susceptible to rot or pests.


  • Residential Fencing: Used for boundary fencing around residential properties.
  • Agricultural Fencing: Commonly used in agricultural settings to create enclosures for fields or livestock.
  • Security Fencing: Provides support for security fences in commercial and industrial areas.
  • Highway Fencing: Used along highways for safety and security purposes.

Technical Specifications:

  • Length: Typically available in standard lengths, such as 6 feet, 8 feet, or custom lengths based on project requirements.
  • Design Options: May include plain, ribbed, or textured designs for enhanced aesthetics.
  • Reinforcement: Some concrete fence poles may be reinforced with steel for added strength.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

Can concrete fence poles be used with various types of fencing materials?

Yes, concrete fence poles are versatile and can be used with various fencing materials such as wood, metal, or concrete panels.

Are there different finishes available for concrete fence poles?

Yes, some manufacturers may offer different finishes or textures for aesthetic purposes.

How deep should concrete fence poles be set in the ground?

The depth may vary, but a common recommendation is to set them at least one-third of their length into the ground for stability.

Cost (Price in INR):

The cost of concrete fence poles can vary based on factors such as length, design, and local market conditions