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Frequently Asked Questions

The typical spacing on the beams is 4’ to 6’ on centers running the length of the room. You can also cut one beam in half and place each ½ against the end wall. Some designers like to use full beams against the end walls and others use none. So if you take a typical 16’ long room you could use 3-5 on a flat ceiling and 6 – 10 on a cathedral ceiling with no center beam. Our designers would be happy to help you with your project. Email us or call 888-314-2326.

High Density means the polyurethane foam has expanded within a closed mold and thus the expansion in a confined area creates higher density. The overall density and strength is very similar to that of white pine. Different manufacturers have different densities.

Yes, our faux products hold up in all weather conditions without the worry of termites or mold, as they are moisture resistant. If you are buying the finished/stained version you must apply a UV protective clear coat; this can be done on-site or for an additional charge by the factory. Please call for pricing or with any questions.

No, our faux products are very lightweight. For example, an 8x10x20’ beam weighs about 40 lbs. If this beam were real wood beam, it would weigh about 600lbs and take a forklift or crane to install.

Our faux beams and panels come in a wide variety of popular stain colors. For example, our Woodcrafted beams are available in Fresh Coffee, Sable, Mahogany and Old Oak stains.

Yes, the products are lightweight and easy to install. See our Installation guides under Resources for more information.

As with all decorative accents made from both wood and polyurethane, there is a small degree of expansion and contraction. However, our product lines will expand and contract half of what wood does. We recommend that you store your products in a room temperature area prior to installation.