• 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

“The added post decay protection was far too logical to pass up.”

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Wake County, NC: Customer pics, Pro Built, (12) 6x6x60″ Post Protectors purchased @ http://www.homedepot.com/

This pretty 17′ x 25′ screened porch addition, sits on a prudently prepared, pressure treated post-foundation.

The 6″ x 6″ feature Post Protector’s ‘barrier’ system, isolating the post & providing a sensible, additional layer of decay/insect protection.

“The added post decay protection was far too logical, not to mention the easy install & affordability, to pass up.”

Why add ‘Barrier’ protection?

Here’s what preservative manufacturers, foremost experts in decay protection, have to say about adding ‘barrier’ protection to complement ‘chemical’ protection by eliminating ground-contact:

* “Barrier protection prevents the invasion of wood-destroying soil fungi and termites.”

* “The ‘ground-contact’ decay hazard is severe because of the plethora of soil inhabiting, wood feeding microorganisms. ‘Barrier’ protection isolates the post, excluding ‘ground-contact’ and the decay hazards that lie within.”

* “Barrier protection will substantially increase the lifespan of any post by protecting it from soil fungi & insect attack far more effectively than a preservative treatment alone can achieve.”

* “Barrier protection increases post longevity performance by 250%+.