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As of Jan 1, 2018 both UPS and FedEx have implemented a $60 surcharge of any shipments 8 feet and over.
For all of our metal products we have created 94” corner guards so that when packaged they are under the 8 foot (96”) total.
If you need any product that is 8 foot or over please call 800-516-4036 so that we can get you can accurate shipping quote.

TheCornerGuardStore.com collects sales tax on material and freight for orders within the following states:
AZ, CA, CO, GA, IL, IN, MD, MA, MI, MN, NJ, NY, NC, OH, OK, PA, SC, TN, VA, WA, WI
HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR CERTIFICATE - If you are tax exempt in the any of the states listed above please fax the certificate to 952-303-3773 or email it to sales@TheCornerGuardStore.com.
You can then use the PURCHASE ORDER option to place your online order without a credit card. We will contact you for payment details once we have your certificate.

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​Corner Guards in Gyms and Why They’re Important

Posted by TheCornerGuardStore on 14th Aug 2018

No matter what type or business you are in, if you have corners on your walls (and you probably do) they are likely to get damaged. Chances that your walls will get damaged can increase if your run … read more

4 Ways to avoid wall damage

Posted by TheCornerGuardStore on 9th Jul 2018

One of the problems facing homeowners today is wall damage. Door handles, both stainless steel and brass, can do a lot of damage when swung heavily towards the wall. With kids, moving or buildin … read more

Wall Protection In A Fast Food Restaurant

Posted by TheCornerGuardStore on 6th Jun 2018

People eat with their eyes first and good interior design can make food taste better and enhance the dining experience. Nowhere is this more important than in the competitive fast food business wher … read more
Corner Guards for Moving Companies

Corner Guards for Moving Companies

Posted by TheCornerGuardStore on 4th Oct 2016

If you own a moving company, we are sure you have seen your fair share of broken items, be it a couch that was wedged in the truck or a fridge. Either way, the screams of your unhappy customer may pos … read more