|Actual post height (in.)||72.000 in||Actual post thickness (in.)||3.500 in|
|Actual post width (in.)||3.500 in||Nominal post height (ft.)||6 ft|
|Nominal post thickness (in.)||4.0 in||Nominal post width (in.)||4 in|
|Product Depth (in.)||4 in||Product Height (in.)||72 in|
|Product Width (in.)||4 in|
|Application Type||Corner, End, Gatepost, Line||Color Family||Brown|
|Color/Finish||Cedar||Contact Type Allowed||Ground Contact|
|Features||Paintable, Stainable||Fencing Installation Type||Dig|
|Includes||No Additional Items Included||Material||Wood|
|Number of Posts Included||2||Product Weight (lb.)||15 lb|
A: Non treated Cedar. Never took them home. I returned mine after opening in the back of the truck. They both had mega huge knots in them. Grade three or even worse in quality. Rendering them unusable for my taste. Not HD's fault. Its their vendor who thought they had appearance grade lumber...not. Depends on what look your going for. Maybe for a Log Cabin themed interior? Summer camp cabin quality to say the least.
A: Not pressure treated
A: Yes they are pressure treated
A: Hello Mike, The posts are not pressure-treated.
A: No. Unless it specifies pressure treated, it’s not. Western red cedar is naturally repellent to insects and would do well indoors.
A: Untreated cedar; ok for indoors use. Will require some prep as surface is rough. A good buy that not withstanding
A: they are not...cedar is the best non treated rot resistant wood naturally available... Usually used for outdoor applications for that reason...I used to build a raised garden that would be natural with no wood preservatives.
A: Flat ,on both ends
A: Flat on both but beware. I ordered 6 and four of the six were split.
A: Flat on both ends
A: pre-sanded so they are not rough. I only needed to use fine grit to get the final finish I wanted.
A: Cheryl - These fence posts are rough cut straight from the mill. This allows you to be more flexible with the final appearance of the post.
A: Smooth finished - not rough
A: Relatively smooth. They will look nice as they weather.
A: They are smooth for fence posts but I sanded mine to use for a bird house post.