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Question DetailsAsked on 6/13/2014

I need a handyman to install, including mixing concrete, a newly purchased single pole clothesline

I can dig the hole, but need assistance with the mixing and pouring of concrete and setting the pole in place.

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If you can dig the hole, then using a wheelbarrow or even 5 gallon bucket your could easily mix the few bags of sackcrete needed to fill the hole after tipping the pole into it - sounds like an easy 1 hour DIY job after the hole is dug.

Tip - Use a few larger rocks dumped in bottom of hole to hold bottom of pole steady after putting it in, and rocks or wood scraps at top of hole to wedge it vertical before pouring concrete - or guylines off top of clothesline - to hold pole upright till concrete is cured.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD

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