To make Chalet faux pine beams, we start with making a mold of an actual wood beam. The high-density polyurethane poured into the mold creates an exact replica with all of the natural characteristics and imperfections found in real wood, including the grain, knots and splits. We then decoratively router the edges and then give the whole beam a light sand blast to raise the grain.
The beams can used indoors or outside, their material highly resistant to severe weather and other damaging elements. Builders and DIY homeowners alike will find them very simple to install and that they require little to no maintenance after the fact.
Chalet Beams are rated
4.67 out of
3 user reviews.
looks great in my kitchen!(May 15, 2012)
I had this beam put up to cover a crack that was badly repaired. It covers that mess and looks like it has always been there. The color I chose matches perfectly with my cabinets too. I am very pleased with the results!!
They accomplished exactly what we were looking for(Nov 29, 2010)
These beams made our patio roof look great compared to what we started with. We covered some kind of partical board ceiling with Hardy Board and then used your beams to give it a finished quality look
Well made, look great, small difficulty(Dec 23, 2008)
The beams look very authentic, and surprisingly durable during installation, although they could have been manufactured with a wider glue surface to make adherence easier. Also darker than the Ipswich pine pictured; glad I didn't stain other woodwork till these arrived.