With arched Woodland beams, the only limit is your imagination.
These artificial wood beams put some pizzazz into an archway or vaulted ceiling. Or add one to a knee brace for a more detailed look.
When combined with straight beams to create faux wood trusses, your design options are virtually limitless. Because they come in two radius sizes – 36-inch and 157-inch options – you can create sharp curves, gentle angles or even semicircles. Swap them out for hammer trusses. Mix and match arched beams with the Woodland straight beams to create a myriad of architectural elements for archways and vaulted ceilings.
With three color choices – walnut, cedar and oak – plus unfinished, you can use them in any décor. Its wood grain pattern will fool everyone into thinking your real wood trusses, but unlike genuine wood, these beams won’t attract termites or carpenter ants, succumb to moisture and weather, or require periodic resealing.
Benefits of arched Woodland beams:
Creates the look of expensive, hand arched beams and wood trusses – it even has realistic wood grain
Completely maintenance free and resistant to termites, carpenter ants, moisture and weather damage
Virtually limitless design options for vaulted ceilings
Made of high-quality, lightweight, and durable polyurethane
May be ordered with a Flame Seal® coating for a Class A fire rating
Available in three colors – plus unfinished
Arched Woodland beams give you the look of genuine wood trusses for any archway or vaulted ceiling design.
These beams are very well engineered and assembled. I took my time performing all the measurements and cuts. Although I ran into a few screws while making the cuts to the arched beam, I was amazed at how well hidden the screw heads were. I had opted for the unstained version so I could customize the color. The staining process was easy and they turned out great. I previously purchased some discontinued beams on clearance with a more rustic grain. I matched the base coat of the arched beams to cover the stain on the clearance beams so the stain color would match. It worked like a champ. I followed the installation instructions provided by FauxWoodBeams, and everything came out great!
Patrick Gordon Nebraska
Good overall product(Nov 20, 2011)
Plastic screws used in your product would have helped.