2 Types of Post Repair

This is where we put the new post in the exact spot the old one stood. More expensive, and IT ONLY WORKS if the fence is in good condition. Otherwise your next windstorm may split the old fence off the screws that hold it to the new post. Currently, this runs about $165/post if you have a few to do. 1 post is more, 20 posts is less.  (June-2018)

This is the ‘sister post’ method. We leave the old post in place (it is holding the fence sections together. No need to mess with that.) The new post is in concrete and the old fence is screwed to it.
This is the strongest of the two methods, but the drawback is that you have 2 posts.
This is the most common repair, and the least expensive.  Currently, this runs about $120/post if you have a few to do. 1 post is more, 20 posts is less. (June-2018)