Plain Post Brackets for 6x6 Dimensional Lumber
Beautiful, Strong, and Weatherproof, these brackets can add a decorative touch to any project. You won't get a better selection of color, variety or shapes of brackets than right here. Best of all We make custom brackets, if you don't find exactly what you are looking for give us a call or email us and we will work with you to get what you need. Made of sturdy steel and a super tough baked on powder coat finish these brackets will last as long as your beams or wood project. If you need something quick just choose from our selection of brackets available or request a custom bracket by emailing us at email@example.com. We are here to help you make that exposed beam project perfect by adding a custom Fan bracket or just make your fence door look a little better with some steel L brackets. Whatever your needs we can help.
These brackets come in a variety of steel thickness's. Please note that you need to consult your design specialist to see what thickness is right for you. As a general rule, 12 gauge is close to 1/8" steel and will add a little more rigidity for most projects. If you are needing a heavier steel for extreme load bearing purposes we offer 1/4" thick brackets.
If you need a custom order, we can design brackets, send you a print to check your dimensions and then make them for you so you can get your project done right and fast.
- Variety of Steel thickness's available
- Holes made for 5/16" lag bolts - If you have different size bolt hole needs. Please let us know as we can accommodate you.
- Baked on durable powder coat finish in a variety of colors
- Custom brackets or ornaments available
Most other brackets are only available in Black, We offer a selection of colors so you can make your project perfect. We can do custom paint request on larger orders $500+
If you would like something special like a bear or fish or anything else in the brackets, just let us know, we can make a special order for that as well. We can even put your house number in the fan bracket in your exposed beam project.
Please note that you need to consult an Engineer if you want to know load calculations for your beams and ties.