Guide to Corbels


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Polyurethane Corbels - Exterior

Corbels

Polyurethane Corbels - Exterior Corbels That Stand the Elements

Why urethane?
Corbels in historical architecture are often made of the same stone material as the building. Millwork on home exteriors is traditionally made of wood, but urethane materials have become very popular due to their superior ability to resist damage such as cracking, rotting, or fading. They are often cheaper to use than wood products as well. The most commonly used solid plastic material for home exteriors is high-density polyurethane. The higher density the urethane material, the greater is its strength and stability. Often plastic products require no water sealing or staining, making your home improvements that much easier.

Polyurethane corbels are largely unaffected by extreme temperatures. Urethane corbels will not have to be painted or stained periodically to help resist the elements. These decorative corbels have great relief and architectural signifigance and are made out of urethane.

Polyurethane corbels, like wood corbels, come in many styles to help the exterior of your home look unique.

Corbels can add a unique touch to the interior and exterior of your house. Whether you choose ornate or simple styles for your home, corbels can also add to the value of your house.