Model # 61109090

Internet #203896283

CrossOver 4 in. x 4 in. x 108 in. Composite Post Sleeve
0798850984648

CrossOver

4 in. x 4 in. x 108 in. Composite Post Sleeve

$45.63 /each

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What type of blade do you recommend to cut these post sleeves?

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What type of blade do you recommend to cut these post sleeves?
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I tried a test cut with the same combination blade that I used in my circular saw to cut the 4x4. It worked just fine, so I did all if the vinyl sleeve cutting with the same 7 1/4" saw. The blade was almost new, and I took it slow, cutting through one side and then flipping it over to finish.
Easy-peasy.
I had one cut that didn't match up perfectly, but a quick pass with the belt sander trued the Read More
I tried a test cut with the same combination blade that I used in my circular saw to cut the 4x4. It worked just fine, so I did all if the vinyl sleeve cutting with the same 7 1/4" saw. The blade was almost new, and I took it slow, cutting through one side and then flipping it over to finish.
Easy-peasy.
I had one cut that didn't match up perfectly, but a quick pass with the belt sander trued the edge right up. Read Less
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May 12, 2016
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Hello and thank you for your question. Any fine tooth blade will work.
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I'm building a screened in porch, can this product be used over the 4x4s and can it be cut with a wood blade, what is the sleeve made of. thank you

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October 12, 2016
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I used it to cover new 4x4 treated porch posts and I cut it with a regular combination blade in my 7 1/4" circular saw.
The sleeve seems to be made of the same stuff that white vinyl fences are made of - just thicker.
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April 15, 2016
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Yes, this can be used over a 4 x4. No you can not use a wood blade to cut this composite post sleeve.
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shiny or matte finish? Can they be drilled?

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I want to use these to cover pressure treated 4x4s to support a garden arbor. Need to know if they are very shiny and fake looking, or more like a matte painted surface. Can I drill through the sides to attach lattice stringers? What happens if the treated wood inside starts to warp?
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Shiny - much like a white vinyl fence post.
Easy to drill through - it's plastic..
Your treated 4x4 post will likely dry very slowly and evenly because there's not a quick way for the moisture to get out. Fast drying is what causes warping. I didn't worry about it.
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March 17, 2016
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Hi omi and thank you for your question. The vinyl is slightly shiny, but that's a matter of opinion we do have vinyl products in store for you to compare. Yes you can drill through it.
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Can the sleeves be ordered in colors other than white?

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Looking for almond color to match the deck
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April 14, 2016
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Hi Bud and thank you for your question. Yes, we offer this post sleeve comes in two additional colors: earth (light tan) model #61109647; and sahara (darker tan) model #61109653.
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Solved my rotting wood problem. We had 3 turned pine posts on our porch. As we live in Florida, the bottoms of them were rotting - wood has an awful time here. Obviously, we need treated wood posts, but they're ugly and hard to paint. Slip one of these over your treated post with a couple of plastic end trim pieces and your ugly post problem is solved! I was able to re-use the existing post mounts by slipping the cover over the bottom one and cutting two slots in the top cover to allow the flat parts of the top mount to slip through. Once in place, we put screws through the vinyl, the metal and iinto the wood, slipping up (or down) the end trim to cover the screws. A little caulk to fill the slots that we cut, and to keep water out, and we were done. They weren't that cheap, but the finished look is worth it. I didn't really want another turned pine post on my porch.... October 12, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Disappointed We needed 8 foot post sleeves for our deck. We purchased Veranda railings (made by Fiberon). Veranda did not have tall post sleeves. Fiberon did but they were ridiculously expensive. Found these at about 1/2 the price and were made out of a decent material. The problem was with shipping which basically scratched the heck out of the sleeves. We needed 5 of them. Out of the first five we received, 3 were "good enough" and the other two were severely scratched. They were only wrapped in plastic like saran wrap which was not enough protection. Returned and re-ordered two of them. They arrived scratched also but were able to use them with the bad sides kind of hidden. Shouldn't have to play this kind of game for a $45 piece of plastic! If you order these, order twice as many as you need and be prepared to return half of them. September 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by perfect fit quality materials, good construction. it fits well and looks good. November 3, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Economical Post Sleeve The post sleeve is low cost, looks good, and does not need painting. The fit is slightly loose. October 13, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good to dress up and to avoid painting a 4 x 4 post. 4x4 fit inside the post sleeve with room to spare. I had rounded the corners of the post but don't think that is necessary. Post sleeve was well wrapped for shipping. Suggest picking it up at the store. March 30, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Cross over post sleeve review Posts worked great and matched up nicely with all standard trim and cap pieces. Was able to get 3 - 36" post covers out of each length. October 1, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works perfectly Needed a longer length to cover 4x 4 for a birdhouse. Worked just as I had hoped and better than painting staining pressure treated wood. June 26, 2014
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