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Wooden Post Caps & Finials

£0.96£6.64 inc. VAT

  • Reduces decay by protecting the top of wooden posts.
  • Balls and Acorns are normally fitted in conjunction with an appropriate sized wooden post cap.
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Wooden Post Caps and Wooden Ball/Acorn Post Finials

Description and Uses

Wooden post caps help reduce post decay by protecting the top of wooden posts.

To further enhance your post, wooden balls or acorns can be fitted.  Balls and acorns are usually fitted in combination with an appropriate sized wooden post cap.

Fitting

Draw lines between the opposite corners of the post cap. Where they cross in the centre, drill a small pilot hole (3 to 5mm) through the post cap. Mark the centre of the post using the same technique as used for the post cap. Attach the post cap to the top of your post using an exterior woodscrew over 50mm long.

To fix a ball or acorn, drill the post cap as above. Screw through the bottom of the post cap up into whichever finial you are using. Next drill two pilot holes close to the finial edge, down through the post cap at a slight angle towards the centre.  Using exterior woodscrews, attache the post cap to the top of your post.

More Information

Wooden Post Caps and Wooden Ball/Acorn Post Finials

Description and Uses

Wooden post caps help reduce post decay by protecting the top of wooden posts.

To further enhance your post, wooden balls or acorns can be fitted.  Balls and acorns are usually fitted in combination with an appropriate sized wooden post cap.

Fitting

Draw lines between the opposite corners of the post cap. Where they cross in the centre, drill a small pilot hole (3 to 5mm) through the post cap. Mark the centre of the post using the same technique as used for the post cap. Attach the post cap to the top of your post using an exterior woodscrew over 50mm long.

To fix a ball or acorn, drill the post cap as above. Screw through the bottom of the post cap up into whichever finial you are using. Next drill two pilot holes close to the finial edge, down through the post cap at a slight angle towards the centre.  Using exterior woodscrews, attache the post cap to the top of your post.

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Items

Square Post Cap for 75mm(3") x 75mm(3") posts, Square Post Cap for 100mm(4") x 75mm(3") posts, Square Post Cap for 100mm(4") x 100mm(4") posts, Ball Post Finial, Acorn Post Finial

Trade and quantity discounts may be available. Delivery available to Tunbridge Wells, Tonbridge, East Grinstead, Crowborough and surrounding areas.

All prices include VAT at 20% and are subject to change without prior notice.

Product photographs and images are for illustration purposes only, the actual product may vary from the photos shown. The colour of softwood timber may vary in colour from the photos. Treated softwood timber will have a green tint which will slowly fade in the sun. Metric/Imperial conversions are approximate.

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