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4x4 Porch Posts and 6x6 Porch Posts

6 x 6 Porch Posts, 4 x 4 Porch Posts are ready to paint and kiln dried after treatment.

Wood Deck Porch Posts

A word about our dimensions and sizes....
  • The dimensions of a 4" x 4" are actually 3 3/8" by 3 3/8"
  • The dimensions of a 6" x 6" are actually 5 1/4" by 5 1/4"
  • The length of 8 feet is actually 95 & 3/4 inches long

 

Our pressure treated porch post are manufactured one piece a time.  Each porch post is thoroughly inspected before they are shipped to you.  

 

In April we sold 4x4-24" Spindles in Rockaway Beach New York. This customer also purchased 2x6 Handrail and 3/8" Lattice Strip.

Colonial Porch Posts 

Choose a Length:

  • 4" x 4" - 8'
  • 6" x 6" - 8'
Colonial Wood Porch Post in 4x4 Cedar
Shown in 4 x 4 Porch Post Cedar
Colonial Wood Porch Post in 6 x 6 Pressure Treated
Shown in 6 x 6 Porch Post Pressure Treated

 

Available in Pressure Treated Wood and Coastal Red Kiln Dried Cedar

Victorian Porch Posts 

Choose a Length:

  • 4" x 4" - 8'
  • 6" x 6" - 8'
Victorian Wood Porch Post in 4x4 Cedar
Shown in 4 x 4 Porch Post Cedar
Victorian Wood Porch Post in 6 x 6 Pressure Treated
Shown in 6 x 6 Porch Post Pressure Treated

Victorian Porch Posts

All of the porch post turned designs are available in cedar.

Available in Pressure Treated Wood and Coastal Red Kiln Dried Cedar

 

For Pricing Click Here

 

Gothic Top Posts 

Gothic Wood Top Post 4x4 Cedar

Shown in 4x4 Porch Post Cedar

Gothic Wood Top Post in Pressure Treated

Shown in 4 x 4 Porch Post Pressure Treated

Choose a Length:

  • 4" x 4" - 4' long
  • 4" x 4" - 6' long
  • 4" x 4" - 8' long

 

 

Choose a Material:

Pressure Treated or Coastal Red Kiln Dried Cedar - click here to see the difference between the two materials

 

For Pricing Click Here

 

 

Turned Gazebo Posts

Choose a Length:

  • 4" x 4" - 8'
  • 6" x 6" - 8'

 

Turned Gazebo Wood Post Cedar

Shown in 4 x 4 Porch Post Cedar

 

Turned Gazebo Wood Post Pressure Treated

Shown in 4 x 4 Porch Post Pressure Treated

 

Choose a Material:

Pressure Treated or Coastal Red Kiln Dried Cedar - click here to see the difference between the two materials

 

For Pricing Click Here

 

 

Our Porch Posts are not your basic run of the mill porch post.  Our are made from vertical grain lumber -no hardwood- so it does not warp and twist or bow or split easily.  It's a very stable piece of wood. So if you are in the market for replacing porch posts, check ours out as they have very few knots.   Our discount porch posts have 3 different styles of turning, eased edges on the corners and kiln dried after treatment (check out that page).

Customers ask us "How to Install Porch Posts".

We suggest a plastic or metal spacer (to put on the porch floor) then place your post on this spacer.  This way you won't have water laying on the bottom of your wooden porch post and its less likely to rot.  

 

How to cut a 4x4 or 6x6 post. 

Cutting 4x4 wood post can be done with most saws. A miter saw, circular saw, chain saw, or even a sawzall. Either way will work. The miter saw will probably give a cleaner, more square cut. In either case, unless you have a honkin' big saw, you will have to rotate the 4x4 post to complete the cut. I have cut 4x4s by cutting across to the maximum depth with a circular saw, then turning the 4x4 post 90 degrees.  Place circular saw so that blade enters the cut that was made, and make the next cut. Turn another 90 degrees, do the same.  The cut isn't perfectly clean but it's pretty good; clean it up with a rasp if you need an absolutely flat cut.