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A: It’s from Home Depot. I have several on my gates. I think is bronzed metal.
A: copper plated stainless steel?
A: Wilmma, This post cap is copper plated stainless steel.
A: If this is the product then the Copper is plated plastic and the black is powder coated steel. The video shows UFP Industries and links to here. https://www.deckorators.com/en/Products/post-caps/post-point.aspx#/?color=06001424a9574368bf05c899793d48f8
A: Hello Gp, Home Depot does carry a copper post cap through a different manufacturer. To locate it, type these keywords: "5 x 5 post cap copper", and you will find it.
A: maybe but you could use steel spikes
A: Hello Bug, From what we have seen, there are various products on the market that claim to keep birds from perching on posts, but they are very pointy, some highly reflective (mirrors even), and oftentimes have something else whirling around them. If that is what keeps a bird away, it is unlikely that this more mundane style of cap will do the trick. Sorry to say, but it's just a nice cap that finishes-off the look of the fence or deck post.
A: No not really. I lived where their were many Trees so naturally I did have many different birds. What helped was the hard rains that Cleaned the droppings from the copper posts.
A: Nope. They pooped on mine.
A: These are decorative and what you are asking is not what these are for. They are awesome, hold up well and the copper color on mine has stayed even after four years in a four season climate.
A: They are a fraction less than 3 3/4" square inside.
A: Hi Erich, The post cap fits nominal 4 in. x 4 in. wood post, but actual post dimensions are 3-1/2 in. x 3-1/2 in...or more specifically, 3-5/8 in. x 3-5/8 in. The amount of space within the copper post point is 1/4 inch before the angles begin. On a standard 4 in. x 4 in. wood post, you would need to leave ½ to 1 full inch of post space above the rail for the copper post point to fit – depending on preferred look and style.
A: These caps are 3 5/8 X 3 5/8.
A: My posts came from Brazil and they are 3-7/16" x 3-7/16." These caps fit perfectly onto those posts. They are just under 3-3/4" inside opening. Since the sides of the caps are not exactly vertical, the extra 5/16" is great because it allows the cap to slip over the perfectly vertical faces of the post with just enough wiggle room so that you don't have to force them onto the post. BTW, the wind never blows these caps off, so there is no need for adhesive. Also, to ensure the shiny copper color remains, I sprayed 2 coats of clear Varathane on them. After 2 years, they still look brand new. 4x4 posts are supposed to be 3-1/2" x 3-1/2" per industry standards, but as you can see, not all 4x4 posts are milled exactly the same. Mine are hardwood and they were finish-sanded to result in a very smooth surface.
A: They're designed to fit wider than the actual lumber post. Not by much but about 1/8"+ over-hang. They fit well if you can center them. My fence had a snug fit on the backside in a few places where I had to sit them flush in the back so a bit more overhang in the front. But matches my cedar fence with natural cedar stain pretty well
A: They are for 3.5 x 3.5 posts
A: I have just measured mine and they will accept a 94 mm (3.7") square post. The depth of the lip or overhang is 7 mm or 0.275".
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