Newport Classic Post Cap

Discover simplicity and functionality with Deckorators® Newport Classic wood post caps. Designed for practicality and a touch of timeless style, these caps effortlessly enhance the look of your outdoor space.

 

    Size: 4" x 4"
    Color: Cedar
    Available Options
    • 4" x 4" in Cedar
    • 4" x 4" in Pressure-Treated
    • 6" x 6" in Cedar
    • 6" x 6" in Pressure-Treated

    Product Details

    • Versatile Material Options: Choose between cedar or pressure-treated wood for your Newport Classic Wood Post Caps, offering versatility and durability
    • Simple and Timeless Design: The simply styled Newport Classic wood post caps provide a classic and timeless appearance, protecting wood post tops from weather and insects

    Available Sizes:

    • 4" x 4": Inside dimensions of 3-5/8" x 3-5/8" for standard 4” x 4” posts
    • 6" x 6": Inside dimensions of 5-5/8" x 5-5/8" for standard 6” x 6” posts

    Find Newport Classic Post Cap installation details below or visit our Installation Instructions page for a more comprehensive list of installation instructions.

    Find Newport Classic Post Cap answers here, or visit our frequently asked questions page for answers to more general questions.

    What preservative is used to protect pressure-treated wood post caps?

    Our wood post caps are protected by Copper Azole Type B (CA-B), an EPA-registered pesticide containing copper and azole compounds to protect it from termite attack and decay. For more information, refer to the Copper Azole Safe Handling Information.

    Do pressure-treated Wood Cost Caps need to be “seasoned”?

    No need, they're kiln-dried, but we do recommend applying a protective finish immediately to the post cap.

    Does a finish need to be applied to wood post caps?

    Yes. As with all wood products, we recommend that you coat the wood post caps with a high-quality exterior finish to preserve the wood's natural beauty and ensure a lifetime of enjoyment. Before installing, apply to all wood areas, including the underside of the cap.

    How should I care for and maintain my post caps?

    For detailed instructions on the optimal maintenance of your post cap, please consult our Post Cap Care Information guide.

    Visit our Technical Information page to view our technical documents.