In the old days, a hitching post was used to 'park' a horse while visitors came to a home. Hitching posts are generally 6 inches wide by 5 feet in length. Two feet of granite is below ground level for stability and gives a 3 foot reveal. Posts generally have two sawn sides and two rock pitch sides. Wrought iron hardware is included on one side of the post. Add this classic touch to your driveway, walkway, or barn entrance. This item can be especially useful if you ride or keep horses.
Granite fence posts are a great way to delineate your property line or just to draw guests to your driveway with granite state charm. Fence posts are generally 6 inches wide by 6-7 feet in length. At least two feet of granite is below ground level for stability leaving a 4-5 foot reveal. Stainless steel chain is the most popular material to join the fence posts, however, wooden planks can also be used between posts. Both chain and posts are included in our estimate for fence posts. Give us a call and we can help determine the number of posts and spacing required for your application.