Fencing made easy - Ben Rodenhurst Fencing Contractor

It was back in 2019 that Ben Rodenhurst invested in an Easy Petrol Post Driver. A specialist fencing and grounds maintenance contractor across Worcestershire, Shropshire and Staffordshire Ben is always on the lookout for tools and machines that can help on site.

Ben first spotted the Easy Post Driver at the APF show on the stand demonstration and soon after added one to the fleet.

Infograph explaining the subject matter of the blog“I already have a vehicle driven post knocker that suits for volume jobs. But when space and access is limited the Easy Post Driver can make all the difference, it’s a powerful reliable tool in the van.”

Without doubt it is powerful enough for all sorts of ground conditions and when necessary Ben has taken advantage of the useful Pilot Core attachment available with the post driver set.

“When faced with really tough dry ground, just getting that small core of earth out and getting some water soak really helps”

Ben uses for 3, 3½ and 4-inch posts and the interchangeable 3-in-1 multi adapters in the Easy Driver Box set gives the versatility for all sorts of posts sizes.

Now a permanent tool in the van he sees the Easy Driver as a complimentary tool for site alongside his fixed post knocker. It saves a lot of time and effort and proves invaluable when access is limited or for small quick jobs where the handy portable size works best.

Ben Rodenhurst using his petrol post driver with UKA adapter to knock in a 4" timber stock fence

Like many fencing contractors, 90% of the time Ben is working on his own and the Easy Post Driver is a safe reliable portable tool, that is easy to operate safely.

“I always like to invest in good reliable brands and Honda power with 4-stroke engines don’t let you down. I also look after my tools and have had it serviced by SPA with no problems at all.”

Ben can be contacted for his services by phone 07961 087487 or email benrodenhurst@yahoo.co.uk - his website is www.benrodenhurst.co.uk and you can follow him on Facebook too.

This article was first published in Fencing and Landscaping News, October 2022

Easy petrol post driver