- Product Dimensions: 11.4 x 11.4 x 213.4 cm
- Shipping Weight: 7 Kg
- Item model number: 999204
- ASIN: B009819M8S
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: May 21 2013
- Average Customer Review: Be the first to review this item
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #150,445 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
Good Directions Lazy Hill Farm Designs 999204 Canterbury Cedar Mailbox Post
- Made of cedar and stained white. The decorative cap and boxed base add a touch of detail
- Includes post - Mailbox sold separately
- Compatible with all Lazy Hill Mailboxes
- Measures 4.5-inch square x 7-foot high; allows for up to a 30-inch burial
- Assembly hardware included
- Proudly made in the USA
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Our handsome mailbox post is as durable as it is stylish, providing proud service no matter the weather, season after season. This mailbox post is made of cedar and stained white. Sufficient length to allow for up to a 30-inch burial.
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In one point in the instructions it talks about putting nails through a pre-drilled hole there wasn't any pre-drilled hole.
They include paint - which is nice and not referenced in the instructions. I assume tHis is to cover the nail holes, but it would have been nice to have included a cheap brush.
They reference needing caulk to seal around the top of the lower section. I think this makes sense. However, you are caulking a total of 20 linear inches. Pretty wasteful to buy a tube if caulk just for this. Including a few ounces of caulk would probably be more useful than the paint to cover the nails. Especially since no one would see the nails if you were more than 5feet away yet not caulking could lead to rot down the road.
Would also have been useful to have the manufacturer ore drill at Easton of the screw holes for the cross brace. Trying to hold everything together, balance a level and drill in the screws is difficult. Predrilled holes would have allowed me to install the cross brace without an added set of hands.
When finished, you are looking at a very nice and sturdy mailbox post.
Solid design and quality workmanship. I now have the best looking mailbox post in the neighborhood!
- the wood is not pressure treated and is very soft / subject to flaking and splintering
- the paint job was very poor (and thinly coated) so needed to repaint all of the parts
- the mortise and tenon looked to have been hand chiseled and was a very poor fit (a lot of play)
While it looks great, I am concerned as to whether this post will last given the quality of the wood. Time will tell.