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Brown 42 in. Outdoor Decorative Column

$635.00 /pallet

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This decorative 42 in. tall by 24 in. square column has a very natural, stacked stone appeal that is easily assembled by a do-it-yourselfer. The 6 in. by 16 in. decorative blocks require no mortar and the kit includes a naturally textured 26 in. top cap to finish the column.

  • No cutting needed
  • Column can be put together in minutes
  • Perfect for fence posts, entries, courtyards, mailboxes, deck supports and more
  • An interior 8 in. x 8 in. pocket can allow for beams, conduits, hoses, etc

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Cutting stones to hold split rail fence rails.

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How would you cut the stones to make multiple slots roughly 4 inches high, 2 inches wide and at least 4 inches deep to accommodate fence split rails.
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July 6, 2016
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The easiest way here would be to trim 2" from the end of one of the block units where you are wanting the fencing installed. If it is a two row fence you will trim 2" off of 2 of the block units on that side. This will leave a gap that is 6" high, 2" wide, and 8" deep for each railing. You can do this using a concrete cutting saw and if these slots are too big you can use the saw and notch a 4"x2"x4" Read More
The easiest way here would be to trim 2" from the end of one of the block units where you are wanting the fencing installed. If it is a two row fence you will trim 2" off of 2 of the block units on that side. This will leave a gap that is 6" high, 2" wide, and 8" deep for each railing. You can do this using a concrete cutting saw and if these slots are too big you can use the saw and notch a 4"x2"x4" piece off the end of one of the blocks which is doable but a more complicated cut. Good luck and thank you! Read Less
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Dimensions don't seem to add up

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If rocks are 16X6X6 as specified column should be 22X22 not 24X24 and center hole should be10X10 not 8X8 as specified. Also, picture for the 36 inch model shows the same number of courses (7) as the 42 inch model while it should have only 6. To get two 48 inch height units can I order an extra eight stones or do I have to buy three 36 in units and use eight stones from one unit in each of the other two units?
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July 6, 2016
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The block units are actually 16" wide x 6" tall x 8" deep so it will make a 24"x24" column. The item description is inaccurate so thank you for pointing this out and we will get it changed. If you would like to extend the height of the columns please call the company directly to assist in a solution, 888-379-2210. Thank you!
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Description says it's not water-resistant. Is this a problem, since I would put these columns outside? Thanks.

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The columns are designed for exterior use so this is not a problem. Thank you!
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Can I stack another half of the column on top of the first to make a height of around 6 feet.?

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July 29, 2015
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Using Natural Concrete Products (NCP) standard corner block 24”x24” decorative columns can be constructed. Like NCP retaining walls, columns less than four feet high can be stacked without mortar, placed on 6” granular leveling pads, and do not require footings below frost. Generally, columns should have a minimum of one course of units (six inches) buried below grade. NCP columns do not require a Read More
Using Natural Concrete Products (NCP) standard corner block 24”x24” decorative columns can be constructed. Like NCP retaining walls, columns less than four feet high can be stacked without mortar, placed on 6” granular leveling pads, and do not require footings below frost. Generally, columns should have a minimum of one course of units (six inches) buried below grade. NCP columns do not require a setback. While NCP columns make excellent decorative landscape fixtures, they should not be used to support loads or exceed four feet in height without structural reinforcement designed by a qualified engineer.
NCP recommends adhering each unit to the unit below with a SRW adhesive or like product. Do not use rigid adhesive or mortars for NCP columns on flexible granular pads, they will shift slightly causing rigid adhesives to fail.
Columns can be built taller than four-feet-high but a taller column requires a structural footing below frost, and tied to concrete and steel reinforcement within the column. The center hole of the column provides a space in which steel-reinforced concrete can be placed. Column units may require temporary bracing during placement of concrete within the column until the concrete sets. A qualified professional Civil Engineer should provide a design for columns over four feet high.
NCP recommends capping the decorative columns with our 26”x26” column cap. The column cap should be adhered to the column blocks following the guidelines above allowing a roughly 1” overhang around each side of the decorative column.
Please dont hesitate to phone 888-379-2210 should you have any further questions. Thank you for your question.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love it!! Great product!! I installed two 42 inch columns at the end of my driveway. I did all the work alone, heavy lifting so you should get someone to help. Dig a hole for the foundation and then just arrange as if you were playing Jenga. Saved me thousands versus getting a contractor. Looks terricic. May 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Concrete Stone Items This product is general high quality, but some parts do not align with each other and takes a bit of work to install June 17, 2014
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