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Before starting your project, look up all city ordinances and regulations regarding post installation and placement.  Next, contact your local Diggers Hotline to have them check for any gas or electric lines that may fall where you’d like to place your post. Once permits have been attained and gas and electric lines have been marked, you can start installing your post. The tools you will need to install your posts are listed below: Measuring tape Post hole digger Gravel Gravel tamper Wooden posts Concrete Level Stakes There are a few tools you can use to dig a hole.  If you’re...

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Paint Front Door – Painting your front door can provide instant curb appeal to your home. Go with a bright color to give it a fun and unique feel that contrasts the exterior color or a darker gray for a more modern feel. Upgrade Door Hardware – Ditch your dated doorknob and accessories in favor of a flat black or brushed nickel finish. This can completely change someone’s first impression of your home. Choose different shapes and looks match the theme of your home. Upgrade Posts with Post Shields – Protect and preserve your mailbox post, fence posts, deck posts,...

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The holiday season is upon us and it’s time to gather gift ideas for our loved ones.  Post Shields are a great stocking stuffer and gift idea for the home, lawn, and garden lover in your life.

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Post Shields are now available for purchase at wayfair.com!  Wayfair helps people find the perfect product for their home with more than eight million products in furniture, furnishings, and décor.  Wayfair carries the 4x4x4, 4x4x6 and XL sizes of Post Shields in all three colors (black, white and bronze).  As always, please make sure to measure your post before ordering.  A 4x4 Post Shield will fit a 3.5x3.5-inch post.  Wayfair offers free shipping on any order over $49 and there is a flat shipping rate of $4.99 for any order under $49. Houzz.com is another online retailer carrying Post Shields. ...

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We’ve been asked quite frequently about Post Shields and water damage.  The two questions we get asked the most are: Will Post Shields prevent the post from rot? And Will Post Shields increase wood rot?

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