Concrete Fence Posts

Concrete Fence Posts

Proper fencing stands the test of time, performing for years with little maintenance and few repair requirements. To create a long-lasting fence, you need the right fence posts. At Nitterhouse Masonry, we offer concrete fence posts designed to meet the highest quality standards and help fence projects result in durable, long-term performance.

You can learn more about our masonry fence posts in the space below, and you can locate a Nitterhouse dealer near you to see your concrete fence post options in person.

Nitterhouse Masonry only sells 2-hole fence posts online. If you would like to purchase 3-hole fence posts, then please get in touch with us at for a quote.

SKU: 21-0200


  • 2- Hole Post: 7 1/2″ x 3 1/2″ x 58″ H
  • 3- Hole Post: 7 1/2″ x 3 1/2″ x 84″ H

Concrete Fence Posts

Nitterhouse’s concrete fence posts will stand the test of time and weather any condition for years to come.

Available in 2 or 3-rail hole


  • 2 rail: 7.5″ x 3.5″ x 59″L, 104lbs
  • 3 rail: 7.5″ x 3.5″ x 84″L, 178lbs

Made in the USA

Why Use Concrete Fence Posts?

Why should you opt for concrete fence posts over traditional wood? Masonry fence posts offer several advantages, but the following two factors are the most important:

  • Durability: A concrete fence post is far more durable and long-lasting than traditional wood. Concrete posts tend to last 10 times longer. When you install masonry fence posts, you can focus on maintaining and repairing other fence parts — your fence posts will perform with little attention needed for years to come.
  • Strength against moisture: Concrete fence posts are ideal for low-lying spots that are regularly wet. Wood fence posts can quickly rot in low-lying areas, making the fence itself obsolete. Using concrete fence posts means that there’s no rot and that your fencing will continue performing during wet seasons.

Concrete fence posts also provide a premium, attractive fencing solution that can help enhance the value and appearance of any given property.

Concrete Fence Posts From Nitterhouse

Discover several concrete fence post options by choosing Nitterhouse as your supplier. We provide both 2- and 3-rail-hole options, depending on the nature of your fence and your project. Our fence posts are 7 inches by 3.5 inches, and the 2-hole posts are 59 inches long and the 3-hole posts are 84 inches long. We recommend installation at a minimum 2-foot depth.

Each fence post weighs 104 pounds for 2-rail post and 178lbs for 3-rail post, and they’re manufactured in the United States — right here in our production center in Chambersburg, PA. They’re ideal for use as concrete horse fence posts, fencing a yard, lining pastures and other applications.

Concrete Fence Post Applications

Concrete fence posts are excellent for the following residential and commercial applications:

  • Livestock fencing: You may need fencing to manage your livestock and prevent them from wandering off. Concrete fence posts are ideal for any animal on your farm or ranch because of their visibility, strength and height. You could use concrete fence posts with barbed wire, electrical wire, PVC or wood panels, depending on what you need to contain your livestock.
  • Boundary fencing: A boundary fence separates your property from your neighbor’s. Besides creating a sense of privacy and ownership of your commercial land, your fencing can also enhance your curb appeal.
  • Decorative fencing: You may want to install a fence for aesthetic purposes around your yard. Our concrete fence posts can help you establish a privacy screen around your patio or courtyard. It may also be helpful to have decorative fencing around your utilities, pool pumps or HVAC equipment.
  • Security fencing: Durable and weather-resistant concrete fence posts can protect your property. You may have a pool where you need to install security fencing to guard against break-ins. As a commercial owner, you may also have inventory outside that you need for your business. Either way, concrete fence posts can give you peace of mind about the various parts of your outdoor property. They also help protect you from intruders and break-ins because of their durability and strength.
  • Garden fencing: Concrete fence posts work well in exposed areas because they can withstand the elements. They suit yards with different soil types to guard against pests or to create a decorative piece. Some fencing types fall apart from weeds and moisture in the soil, but concrete will last a long time and keep your crops, flowers and other plants safe.
  • Clothesline posts: You may want to save money on your laundry bills by drying your clothes and towels outside. Consider connecting two concrete fence posts with a sturdy clothesline to hang up your delicate materials. Even when the wind is blowing and drying off your clothes, your concrete fence posts will withstand the elements.

Count on Quality and Exceptional Service

When you choose Nitterhouse Masonry as your supplier, you can always count on quality. Our concrete posts stand the test of time along with any weather conditions imaginable. Of course, as noted above, our concrete fence posts are particularly helpful in wet environments where wood posts can quickly rot and degrade. We use superior concrete during production, which means you’ll get the long-term durability you expect from an investment in concrete posts.

Beyond our quality products, Nitterhouse Masonry is also famous for its outstanding customer service. If you have questions about our products or need expert guidance as you consider your options, you’ll find that we’re always here to help.

Get Your Concrete Fence Posts Today

Nitterhouse Masonry is the place to buy concrete fence posts. Our network of local distributors spans across the Eastern United States, including in DelawareFloridaGeorgiaIndianaKentuckyMarylandNew JerseyNew YorkOhioPennsylvaniaTennesseeVirginiaWashington D.C. and West Virginia.

When you’re ready for high-quality concrete fence posts, locate a dealer near you. For more information about our products and services, you can also contact us online or call 717-267-4500.

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