• Oct 2016
  • post in ground
  • new post pro slide aug 2016
  • posts propped up
  • post with leg
  • July2016
  • fence
  • Another Victory for Post Frame Construction

“… Pressure Treated Posts in ‘Ground-Contact’ WILL Fail”

Pole Barn Home with Post Protector

Wise County, TX: Enthusiastic customer, RA, sent pics as the builder frames his 30′ x 60′ x 14′ post frame home.

Once weathered in, experienced DIYer, RA, will finish out.

With a raised floor system, the 30′ x 40′ / 1200 sq. ft. living space will have a 9′ ceiling height with a crawl space below & the balance of the footprint, 30′ x 20′ x 14′, garage.

“My builder turned me on to Post Protector ‘barrier’ protection & it immediately made sense. I have replaced numerous pt fence posts in my day. Some last 3 years while others 10. Either way, pt posts in Ground Contact WILL fail. Why turn a blind eye to this fact & set posts in Ground Contact when Post Protector represents a simple, affordable, effective remedy? I recently saw a utility pole being installed & noticed that they, too, were utilizing ‘barrier’ protection. The decision to use Post Protector couldn’t have been any easier.”

Why add ‘Barrier’ protection to supplement ‘Chemical’ protection?

#1. Checks (splits/cracks) expose non-treated wood, #2. Inconsistent Chemical Absorption/Retention, & #3. Chemical Leaching/Migration can pave a way for microorganisms/insects to bypass the ‘preservative’ protection resulting in post failure.

Post Protector isolates the post so soil-dwelling microorganisms/insects & when in concrete, atmospheric microorganisms, have NO post access.

Pole Barn, Deck, Fence, Pergola or any post-foundation project!

It’s simple. LOSE ground-contact… MAXIMIZE post-life!

877-WON’T ROT (966-8768)