Quick Ship Rough Hewn Beams 24 sizes available
Description of Quick Ship Rough Hewn Beams
The Quick Ship Rough Hewn beams have the pronounced textural depth of real hand cut wood, including all the ridges, lines and grooves. The result is a highly realistic look that adds a nice finishing touch to the décor of interiors and exteriors.
Available in five attractive colors, including Unfinished, it’s easy to find a style that will match your preferences and design requirements. These beams come in a convenient combination of 4 different lengths and 6 size combinations for Width and Height. Thanks to this, it’s that much easier for you to create the design you imagine.
Made of extremely durable polyurethane, these stylish beams won’t rot, chip, crack or fade like real wood does. They also resist moisture, severe weather conditions, and temperature extremes. Termites won’t damage them, either. Because the beams are so lightweight, anyone can easily install them in a matter of hours. Before you know it, you’ll have a spectacular new design!
Important! Any Woodland, Tuscany, Rough Hewn, Beachwood, Custom Rough Sawn Beams, Planks and/or Corbels intended to be used in an exterior application needs to be top coated with a high quality clear coat exterior polyurethane with a UV inhibitor to protect the stain from fading.
Specifications of QCRH-BMH30604096-F
Custom Rough Hewn Planks
Rough Hewn Planks
Arched Rough Hewn Beams
Custom Rough Hewn Mantels
Custom Flex Straps
Our samples are fully rebatable!We will include a coupon for you to use on your next online order.
Note: a sample will have the exact texture and color of the product, but width and height may vary.
2 reviews available:
Sturdy product that really dresses up our main room for gathering. Filled in the tray ceiling perfectly. Looks awesome in Florida too.
The whole project was based around the beams. Without them it would not have been done. The idea came from our annual trip to Tuscany. I walked into a very old hotel and they had a beamed, wood ceiling. These were perfect, although it took me a little while to figure out how to finish them laytex paint and wax, versus the oil stain on the wood. Attached are a couple of bad pictures of before and after.