Driving Pipe Into the Ground

While driving pipe into the ground is much easier than renting augers and pouring concrete, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that driving pipe can still be challenging in certain soil conditions.

By far the questions we get asked most are, "What about dry, hard or clay ground?" "What about rocky ground?" and "How much work does it really take?"

We address these issues both in our frequently asked questions and our Murphy's Fence Laws guide and our knowledge base.

But the truth is that WamBamming pipes into the ground works in many soil conditions, and it works well. It does require some muscle to drive your pipes into the ground, but we have tricks and options to make it as easy as possible for you. Click here to see a video of the manual pounders in action, or ask us about the handy gas powered pounders that we rent out. They will do most of the work for you!