Manufacturing Bloopers, Second Hand, Wrong Packaging
We have a very limited quantity of 6x6 Post Shields that were either returned, have very slight blemishes, or just simply the wrong packaging. Some may not pass our strict manufacturing requirements but still function exactly as intended. This could also mean a slight chip or tiny degree off from a perfectly straight cut. These things won't pass our quality control but will still function as a perfectly good Post Shield at a great price!
|$0.00 – $15.00
|$15.01 – $39.98
|$39.99 – $74.99
|$75.00 and up
Post Shields, shield the base of posts such as mailboxes, fences, decks etc. They are 4 individual shields that slide together to cover and protect existing or new posts from string trimmers and other lawn care equipment. They install in seconds with no tools necessary and their visually pleasing design adds a luxurious and finished look while saving time and money on unneeded maintenance.
You can now affordably protect your posts and maintain the beauty of your home with Post Shields. If your posts have already taken a beating, you can use Post Shields to cover and immediately stop further destruction
6x6 Post Shields are designed to fit the standard 6x6 labeled post. The standard 6x6 post is 5.5" x 5.5". There are few exceptions so please measure your post to verify its size before purchasing. New treated posts are usually wet and swollen from the treatment process, but they will soon dry out and shrink to the 5.5" x 5.5" standard post size.
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What a great product! Also the clearance pricing was really worth it. Easy to assemble and install. Just took a few minutes and I had 4 put on in no time. I’ll never chew up my posts again while trimming around the mailboxes. Worth it many times over. Thanks Post Shields!
I have a Pergola with 6x6 support posts whose ground-level post covers (Cedar) have deteriorated. These look great for correcting that BUT the posts are screwed into their mounts with screws that protrude from the mounting brackets and do not allow a secure fit for the covers. I will work around that by removing the screws, mounting the covers, and drilling the screws THROUGH them, allowing them to fit properly. Extra work, but there are few alternatives other than crafting new Cedar covers, which I really don't want to do.
The manufacturer was a breeze to deal with, I ordered around 60 for some 6" pressure treated posts. Installation of course was no problem and they look great.