Healdsburg, CA (PRWEB) September 15, 2010
Auer-Jordan has developed a unique system of arbors and window shelves which add distinctive architectural elements to garages, windows and doorways. The arbors and window shelves incorporate unique brackets and lath members which provide individuality and curb appeal to homes. This is especially evident in their garage arbors which can be used on single or double car garage doors as well as much longer spans. There are no limitations on length, short or long in this arbor system.
The arbors are suited to a wide array of historical and contemporary architectural styles but their origin is in the American bungalow, Arts and Crafts period.
The arbors components are made from dry Port Orford cedar, which is the strongest and most durable of all cedars. The naturally white cedar may be clear finished, stained or painted.
The hand crafted arbors and window shelves are made in the Northern California. The Port Orford cedar is indigenous to southern Oregon where it is sustainably harvested.
The Port Orford cedar products are environmentally friendly while still providing good durability. Historically, Port Orford cedar was actually used in boat building.
The company believes the use of environmentally friendly wood is preferable to manmade, petroleum based materials such as vinyl, which is not a naturally biodegradable material.
The arbors and shelves are easy to install and can be customized to any length with the combination of brackets and lath. The company helps home owners, contactors, and landscape architects to choose the right combination of components for their installation.
The window shelves allow for the use of decorative plant containers which personalize the look of the shelves even more.
Their web site http://www.arbororiginal.com features customer photos from around the USA. They may also be reached toll free at 866-217-4476.
Auer-Jordan has been in business in northern California since 1980 and in Healdsburg for the last fifteen years. They are also a wood component manufacturer serving the architectural millwork industry. Their web site is http://www.auerjordan.com
Contact: Holly Jordan, Partner