Cast iron, WeatherWright™ Powder Coated. 1000 lb. load rating. Keeps the post 1.5" up to reduce rotting. Large pin keeps the post in place. Can be attached to masonry with anchors (not included).
Contents and Dimensions
porch post base
No. 12 by 1.5” wood screws
John Wright combines modern high-quality finishes with the strength and traditional look and feel of cast iron. Porch post bases are used to support and secure a post while providing a standoff to prevent the bottom of the post from rotting due to moisture. A heavy pin engages the post and then the base is screwed down to the supporting structure.
Sold individually and includes wood screws for mounting
Maximum load rating is 1,000 pounds
Provides 1 ½ inches of standoff
Works with most 4-inch and 5-inch wood posts
Material: cast iron with zinc-plated steel screws
Finish: WeatherWright™ coating process. This multi-step coating provides long life
in outdoor environments while offering excellent value. It including both zinc
electroplating and black-matte TGIC powder coating. Zinc plating provides far more
protection than powder coating alone. The zinc layer is not only abrasion resistant
but offers cathodic protection to small areas of powder coating that may be
accidentally damaged during installation. Tested to withstand a minimum of 144
hours of salt spray with no visible red-rust corrosion. All fasteners and hardware
meet this same standard.