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Here are some photos of the posts, as well as the rust damage and their current connection to the house at the top.They're currently attached to the solid concrete porch with bolts at the bottom and screwed into wood above. The wood seems to be in very good condition, although it could use sanding & fresh paint.I just need to make sure I'm tackling it the right way.I have several questions about how I should approach this, so I hope you'll all be able to give me some guidance.and agree with the rest that a nice planter around and if you can straighten up the crooked one would look fine.
Would a 4x4 treated post be adequate to replace each one of these?
Upon seeing it, I knew that it did really dominate the cozy porch. This is how "G" spent some of his weekend, I on the on other hand spent it relocating a few plants, pulling weeds and doing what I love. Saturday morning (early) we were at my sisters installing her kitchen cabinets.
My parents' front porch is surrounded by old medal posts that have undergone a lot of rust over the years, and this spring we noticed that at least one of the posts is no longer connected to the ground.
Since the width of the original metal column was 10-1/2" inches wide, we used 12" wide cedar.
"G" cut the boards to fit and using clamps created the box.