Best-Rite 2-Door All-Weather Herald Outdoor Enclosed Bulletin Board with Posts
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Best-Rite 2-Door All-Weather Herald Outdoor Enclosed Bulletin Board with Posts

Brand: Best-Rite
1 Questions, 1 Answers
  • Board Size: Available in 3 different sizes.
  • Surface Material: Rubber-Tak
  • Features a protective acrylic window, a porcelain steel back panel sealed with silicone
  • Has an anodized aluminum trim and a virtually indestructible and moisture-resistant Rubber-Tak back panel withstand UV rays
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Product Description

Post your message in the great outdoors! This Best-Rite 2-Door All-Weather Herald Outdoor Enclosed Bulletin Board will protect your announcements from the elements. It is perfect for parks and recreational areas, college campuses, stadiums, businesses, school entrances, restaurants, and just about anywhere. It features a protective acrylic window, a porcelain steel back panel sealed with silicone, and weather stripping on all door openings to prevent water from damaging contents. It has an anodized aluminum trim and a virtually indestructible and moisture-resistant Rubber-Tak back panel withstand UV rays. This Best-Rite 2-Door All-Weather Herald Outdoor Enclosed Bulletin Board has lock to prevent tampering.

Product Details

  • Features a protective acrylic window, a porcelain steel back panel sealed with silicone
  • Has an anodized aluminum trim and a virtually indestructible and moisture-resistant Rubber-Tak back panel withstand UV rays
  • Cabinets come in single or double door options and a variety of sizes
  • Has lock that prevent tampering
  • Five year guarantee

Item Specifications

  • Board Size: Choose Above
  • Surface Material: Rubber-Tak
  • No. of Door: 2
  • Frame Style: Aluminum Trim
  • Frame Color: Silver
  • Warranty: 5 years

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Thank you for your question. Unfortunately no, they are made to be set into the ground. There is no provision for a plate mounting to concrete.

Answered by Mybinding
6 months ago

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