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Questions and Answers for NextStone Slatestone Brunswick Brown 8 in. x 8 in. x 41 in. Faux Polyurethane Stone Post Cover (2-Piece)

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Model #SLS-PC-2PC-BB

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Q:My post is 6.5 x 6.5, will this work for my posts
by|Aug 24, 2019
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A:  Unfortunately the Slatestone Post Covers cover 5.5" x 5.5".

by|Aug 18, 2020
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    Q:Will these covers, cover a 6x6 post. I understand the height as half of a porch post. But I want to use 6x6
    by|Jul 13, 2019
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    A:  The NextStone Slatestone Post Covers cover or go around nominal 6x6 posts (5.5" x 5.5"). However the NextStone Country Ledgestone Post Covers do cover true 6x6 posts.

    by|Jul 15, 2019
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      Q:If I install this on an existing post that is 8 ft tall, what do I use for trim around top of NextStone?
      by|Jun 29, 2019
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      A:  You can use 6 in. x 6 in. Gloss Black Aluminum Deck Post Base Cover, I used the same one but in polyurethane, but now I only see the one in aluminum

      by|Apr 26, 2020
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        A:  The top of the Post Cover can run flush into the ceiling. If a trim piece is needed, then a Post Cover Cap is cut in half and the post opening jigged out and putting the two pieces back together again around the post.

        by|Aug 18, 2020
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          Q:I'm ordering 6 2 piece kits online and can' find the grout and repairt kit mentioned in the installation insturctions. I need one kit for the slatestone Brunswick Brown covers? Can you help?
          by|Jun 24, 2018
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          A:  Hi Nellie, the NextStone Grouts and Paint Kits won't be available through Home Depot for a while as they are still new. Feel free to call the NextStone corporate office (303-371-8232) to ask for them.

          by|May 5, 2023
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            Q:These are going to be placed on 8 ft post, Is the a cap with the hole for the lost? I don’t want a solid cap
            by|Jun 23, 2018
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            A:  I used my post covers on deck supports they installed very easy using stainless steel #8 flat head screws 2 1/2" long being careful not to over drive them the heads blend well and need no color added to the head.

            by|Jun 30, 2019
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              Q:If I were to cut these in halves, would I need more screws to fasten them and how/where are the screws located?
              by|Jul 3, 2017
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              A:  Screws are in fact needed to secure the covers to your post. These Post Covers in particular are already cut in half. They are finger jointed and will fit together. Screws are then put in through the grout lines.

              by|Oct 7, 2019
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                Q:Does each piece cover two sides or would you need to purchase 2 of the sets to cover all 4 sides? I can't tell by the pictures.
                by|May 11, 2017
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                A:  You would need to sets to cover all four sides.

                by|Jul 6, 2019
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                  Q:I have 6x6 wood piled on my back porch. How pices would it take to cover an 8' tall pole?
                  by|Apr 30, 2017
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                  A:  About 6 pieces would be needed for 8ft.

                  by|Jul 6, 2019
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                    Q:Porch and porch railing
                    by|Apr 16, 2017
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                    A:  I did. I used pre hung vinyl railing and just used 3” or 3-1/2” screws to go all the way into the wooden post for support.

                    by|May 5, 2023
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                      Q:Once installed to post, Can you attach railing to this using screws?
                      by|Mar 15, 2017
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