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Prestige Plain Stair Posts with Recess 1500x115sq (Pine)

SKU JN234R

Material: Pine Finger-Jointed

Original price $147.95 - Original price $147.95
Original price
$147.95
$147.95 - $147.95
Current price $147.95

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  • Ships from Adelaide

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Please Read Before Ordering

Depending on material availability, this product may be supplied in finger-jointed Pine rather than solid Pine. Finger-joints are visible (see product images for reference). Contact us before ordering is solid timber is preferred for your project, and we will check stock availability.

Description

A 1.5m tall recessed radiata pine post, often used in heratige or hamptons style staircase builds. These posts are often paired with 115mm skirts and stair post moulding to create a cohesive american/hamptons-inspired look.
The recesses are designed to take long flat drop in panels.

Measuring 115 x 115mm, it is a standard sized stair post, and has matching post caps available.
This is a fingerjointed, paint grade product. It has been pre-sanded ready for painting!

*** IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ ***

This is an interior use only product.

Important Dimensions

Post Recess
 Height 1,500mm 500mm
 Width 115mm 77mm
 Depth 115mm -

FAQ

Where would you normally use timber stair newel posts ?
To structurally support the end of a balustrade on a staircase.

What is it made out of ?
Plantation grown Radiata Pine that has been finger-jointed and laminated for added strength.

What are the important dimensions ?
Overall : 1500mm Height x 115mm Width x 115mm Depth
Recess : All four sides of the post have a recess to take  the Flat LONG drop-in panel. It does NOT suit the MEDIUM or SHORT versions of the drop-in panels.

How should you finish it ?
If looking for a natural finish, then a clear lacquer will be fine; or you can use a stain to achieve your desired colour then use a clear lacquer to finish it off.
If wanting to paint, a water based primer/undercoat is not a necessity (although it would not hurt), but at least 2 coats of the final colour is a must.
Speak to your local paint retailer for more info.