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Ekena Millwork 4 in. x 18 in. x 14 in. Douglas Fir Thorton Rough Sawn Brace
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Ekena Millwork

4 in. x 18 in. x 14 in. Douglas Fir Thorton Rough Sawn Brace

$49.16 /each
Color/Finish: Douglas Fir
  • Douglas Fir
  • Western Red Cedar

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Our Rustic Collection is an instant classic. Rustic wood millwork utilizes the technologies of today to build the 'log and timber' wood products that have been in architecture for centuries. Because our products are not kiln dried, each item in our Rustic Collection is 100% unique and will contain the natural variations that the wood species offers. Your wood bracket, corbel, rafter tail, will contain unique colors, grains, textures, knots, sapwood and heartwood content and possible sap bleeding and even natural checking, splitting and cracks. These natural variations are what make the Rustic Collection stand out from the rest. Be proud of your project; stand out from the cookie-cutter homes; use the Rustic Collection family of products.

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  • Authentic detail and craftsmanship
  • Hand-crafted from the finest North American woods
  • Rough and smooth options available
  • Perfect for interior or exterior use

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4 in. x 18 in. x 14 in. Douglas Fir Thorton Rough Sawn Brace
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Any suggestion on how to attach to an exterior entry way? Liquid nails? I would like to avoid screws in sight.

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January 29, 2016
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Hi Agtison,
Thank you for your interest in our product line. When installing braces, It is recommended that you use some sort of screw or bolt. If you would like to avoid screws, lag bolts would be another option. Liquid nails however would most likely not be sufficient to support the brace.
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Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not Finished I received the product, Very ROUGH cut. Not like the picture. It is the correct shape, not sanded at all. Not what I expected. December 20, 2015
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