Smarter Post Installation With Secure Set

Installing posts used to be a messy, time consuming process that required back breaking effort.  With Secure Set, installing posts has never been easier. 

Install posts for just about anything

  • Fence Posts
  • Mailboxes
  • Flag Poles
  • Bird Houses
  • Signs
  • Lamp Posts
  • Deck Posts
  • Park Benches
  • Gazebos
  • Pergolas
  • Antennas
  • Shade Sails
Sail Shade

Concrete Alternative

Secure Set High-Density Polyurethane Expanding Foam is a great alternative to concrete.  Besides being easy to use, it is also eco-friendly, in production, transportation, and in the ground.  Once set, it is inert and won’t leach chemicals into the soil.  Because it expands when setting, Secure Set extends horizontally into soil gaps, giving it lateral strength that isn’t possible with concrete. 

How to use Secure Set to install posts and poles

When it comes to installing posts with Secure Set, the steps are virtually the same for each type of post. The main difference will be the quantity of Secure Set you need based on the size of the post and hole and the number of posts you need to install.  The videos below cover all of the essentials. We encourage you to take notes as you watch the videos to capture all of the best practices. You can also download the guides below. 

Single Post Installation with Secure Set SP
Install a Fence Post with Secure Set
Install a Flag Pole with Secure Set
Install a Deck Post with Secure Set

Downloadable Guides


Hole Sizing Chart

Download this chart or use our online calculator to determine the amount of Secure Set you will need for the size of your posts and holes.
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Secure Set Directions

Download the directions to ensure your Secure Set project is a success. Stick with the tips and you'll be a pro in no time.
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Secure Set Shake & Pour Directions

Download the directions for Secure Set Shake and Pour kits. Shake and Pour Kits are the perfect option for smaller projects or when you don't have a drill for mixing.
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