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Where Can We Purchase Driveway Markers?

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself to the Community' started by falconlawn&snow, Nov 2, 2015.

  1. falconlawn&snow

    falconlawn&snow Junior Member
    Messages: 1

    Hello, I am seeking a supplier for fiberglass driveway markers. Specifically the kind that is used by large snow companies like Sky High and Worry Free. Thanks.
  2. dieselss

    dieselss PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 11,391

  3. JoeG3

    JoeG3 Senior Member
    Messages: 156

    I just ordered a small batch from Discount Snow Stakes from right here in Massachusetts. They look like a high quality based in the ones I have seen and at a good price, I can give a better opinion once they arrive.
  4. grandview

    grandview PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 14,609

    He's in Canada,so he might get a better deal up north.
  5. superdutypsd

    superdutypsd Senior Member
    Messages: 175

    I get mine from home depot or lowes they have them in orange and yellow fiber glass, with reflective tape at top of them there about a dollar a piece, very durable and hold up and then every year just replace and add to the amount, they will occasionally break
  6. superdutypsd

    superdutypsd Senior Member
    Messages: 175

    Best way iv found is to bring a screw driver and rubber mallet make whole with screw driver first and then put stake in hole and give a light tap on top to set in place security
  7. BUFF

    BUFF PlowSite Fanatic
    from FR NoCo
    Messages: 9,078

  8. rywnygc

    rywnygc Member
    from 14033
    Messages: 99

    I bought these stakes a few years ago because I wanted to save money. They are junk and I will not buy them again. They are super thin, hard to drive into the ground, and the worst part is...You can't effin see them. I dont remember them having any reflective tape on them. Can't even tell you how many I backed over.

    I do not recommend the cheap plow stakes from angelos. I can not comment on their other equipment. If they have other stakes, I'm not talking about those either. just the cheapo 100 stake bundles.
  9. BUFF

    BUFF PlowSite Fanatic
    from FR NoCo
    Messages: 9,078

    They are thin, they can be a pita to drive in the ground with a hammer (I put them in a piece of 3/8" NPT steel pipe to eliminate flexing when driving in the ground) and yes there's no reflective tape. I have about 700 of these and they work fine for me. I also have issues with kids/punks taking them and lose about 10-12% a year so cheap to replace is a positive.
  10. LewisLawn

    LewisLawn Junior Member
    from ohio
    Messages: 6

    home depot is a source bought a few this weekend...also found another local discount store Marc's sells a 6 pk for $3.00
  11. BMWSTUD25

    BMWSTUD25 Senior Member
    Messages: 631

    Discount snow stakes. We pay a little over $1 a piece plus shipping but they are a quality 4' stake with a large reflective top. I have bought cheaper ones and they were about a useful as a McDonalds straw. Just ordered another 100 as we ran a little short from our yearly order a couple weeks ago.
  12. maxwellp

    maxwellp PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,123

  13. chesterlawn

    chesterlawn Member
    Messages: 87

    If you go to put them in and the ground is frozen, take a cordless drill with a long drill bit the same diameter as the stake . Piece of cake.
  14. Mr.Markus

    Mr.Markus PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 5,779

    Is there a coupon code for discount snows takes?
  15. maxwellp

    maxwellp PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,123

    Could not find any. Buy lots get a discount. :)
  16. RandallJ

    RandallJ Member
    Messages: 45

    +1 on the 24" 3/8 pipe with an end cap... makes a great post driver.. I use the side of my foot to control angle of the stake going in the ground.. (just did about 100 of these yesterday in wet ground)