Fence post puller – Fence post pullers cost between £ 26 and £ 39 in 2011. Posts that are not mounted in the concrete often come off easily when you simultaneously wiggle and lift. But post mounted in a concrete footing will be nearly impossible to pull out of the ground with strength alone; you need some advantage. You could dig out every concrete foot with a shovel, but it takes a lot of time and energy.
Instructions to build fence post puller: Pile three or four bricks 8 to 12 inches in front of the fence post. Cut a scrap 2 of 4 in two 6-inch sheets with a hand saw. Keeping the boards together and lowering the upper table 2 to 3 inches below the bottom board. Put a little Phillips driver into a drill and screw the two boards together.
Keep the boards against the fence post; facing the lower board out? Keeping the higher board bottom edge slightly lower than brick pile height. Driving long deck screws through both the boards and into the fence post puller. Place a 6-foot 2-by-4 in the space between the lower board and the fence post. Rest the board edge at the brick pile. Pulling down on the table in order to lift the post out of the ground. Move homemade fence post puller to another post, but back out deck screws before move it.