Untreated Pine posts/Mantles&stones

At Mantles&stones, we take pride in offering high-quality fence boards made from Hemlock and Pine. While our top-selling products are the Hemlock 1x6 and Pine 1x12 boards, we also offer a versatile option for those in need of untreated Pine posts.

Untreated Pine posts are an excellent choice for various outdoor projects. Their durability and versatility make them perfect for fencing and construction projects alike. Whether you're building a sturdy fence or constructing a deck, these posts are sure to meet your needs.

One of the key advantages of untreated Pine posts is their natural resistance to decay and insects. This makes them a long-lasting option for outdoor applications. Additionally, Pine is known for its strength, allowing these posts to withstand the elements and provide reliable support.

At Mantles&stones, we offer a wide range of sizes and lengths for our untreated Pine posts. This ensures that you can easily find the perfect posts to complete your project. Whether you need shorter posts for a small garden fence or longer posts for a larger construction project, we have you covered.

When purchasing untreated Pine posts from Mantles&stones, you can expect the same level of quality and customer service that we are known for. Our commitment to excellence means that you can trust the durability and reliability of our products.

While our refund policy applies to all our products, including the untreated Pine posts, we want to ensure your satisfaction. Please note that a 20% restocking fee of the invoice applies to all lumber, excluding deliveries. This policy allows us to maintain the high standards of our products and continue providing exceptional service to our customers.

Choose Mantles&stones for your untreated Pine posts and experience the quality and versatility that our products offer. Whether you're a DIY enthusiast or a professional contractor, our untreated Pine posts are the ideal choice for your outdoor projects.

Applying a seal or stain to your wooden fence can help provide an additional level of protection against rot. You can choose to use a water repellent sealant to your wood to help keep rot-causing moisture out from your fences.