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Precast concrete frost posts (also called deck footings) are typically used to support decks and porches. For these applications, frost posts are installed in the ground below the frost line, with only the tops exposed.
The Solid, Easy-to-Install Solution
The A.J. Foss team manufactures Frost Posts using high-strength 5,000 psi concrete mix using type III cement. They also include a built-in half-inch threaded insert for ease of setting.
Versus pouring ready-mix concrete on-site
Other uses for Precast Concrete Frost Posts
Contact us to discuss your projects throughout New Hampshire, Maine and Northern Massachusetts that require precast concrete frost posts, and discover the A.J. Foss difference for yourself.
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