Pecky Cypress Faux Beams Offer Green Alternative to Popular Building Material

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Homeowners now have a low-cost, environmentally friendly substitute for the popular interior decorating look of pecky cypress wood beams. FauxWoodBeams.com, industry leader in polyurethane wood beam products, introduces the first green alternative for pecky cypress wood in beams.

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That means expanding our faux product range to include replicas of endangered and rare woods, as well as offering reclaimed wood.

Homeowners now have a low-cost, environmentally friendly substitute for the popular interior decorating look of pecky cypress wood beams. FauxWoodBeams.com, industry leader in polyurethane wood beam products, introduces the first green alternative for pecky cypress wood in beams.

FauxWoodBeams.com makes it easy to go green. "We are committed to offering the widest possible variety of green building products," says company president Steve Barron. "That means expanding our faux product range to include replicas of endangered and rare woods, as well as offering reclaimed wood."

An Affordable Greener Option in Wood Beams
Real pecky cypress wood is in danger of extinction due to recent over-harvesting. FauxWoodBeams.com offers premium pecky cypress faux beams that are virtually indistinguishable from the actual wood. Actual pecky cypress receives its distinctive grooved appearance over the course of many years, caused by a fungus that works its way through the tree's heartwood and branches. It has become a highly coveted building material.

To prevent further over-harvesting of these trees, http://www.fauxwoodbeams.com has created a premium faux wood beam to emulate pecky cypress. The beams are molded from actual pecky cypress wood beams. Polyurethane is then poured into this mold. This process duplicates the characteristic grooves, textures and uniqueness of the real pecky cypress, virtually indistinguishable from the actual wood.

Easy Beams Installation
Faux wood beams generally weigh 15 pounds each, making them lightweight and easy to install. Additionally, they are a fraction of the cost of actual wood and require virtually no maintenance.

For these faux beam products and others, visit the http://www.fauxwoodbeams.com website or call 1-800-651-4223.

About FauxWoodBeams.com:
FauxWoodBeams is the leader in the industry of polyurethane wood beam products, ceiling panels and architectural products. It is part of the family-owned business, Barron Designs. With more than 30 years of experience in the home improvement industry, FauxWoodBeams.com, FauxPanels.com and their subsidiaries continue in their commitment to green building proudly offering reclaimed and repurposed real wood and faux wood beams to protect our forests.

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