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intranserv

05:26PM | 09/20/10
Member Since: 09/19/10
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I'm also seeking information on building brick pillars to support 2 10' driveway gates. I live in Edmonton AB Can. where frost is for sure ( I think the frost line is now between 4 & 5ft) can any one give me some guiding on how to do these pillars? I plan on being at bicklaying stage in 2 wks. Please respond if you can be of any help?

bobaristide

05:31PM | 12/15/10
Member Since: 10/15/09
6 lifetime posts
Hi. Do you need to use real bricks / stone or you can use a metal pole as bearing support and dress it with faux stone panels? Check out toward the bottom of this blog:
http://www.anticoelements.com/blog/why-use-our-products/
.The posts can be stacked to reach your height.

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bobaristide

07:42PM | 04/12/12
Member Since: 10/15/09
6 lifetime posts
fyi, there have been new faux stone panels like the faux brick which is a great imitation.

AnticoElements

07:45PM | 06/02/12
You can easily find faux stone posts and pillars online. Some companies have really good shipping rates that are unmatched by others.
Make sure you look around!

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