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Superior Building Supplies

Model STB 15 U

Internet #202804999

Store SO SKU #1000630095

6 in. x 6 in. x 19 ft. 3/8 in. Unfinished Faux Wood Beam

$252.62 /piece

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The unfinished STB 15 is part of the Superior Sandblasted Faux Wood Beam Line. Superior Building Supplies sandblasted beams have a beautifully elegant raised grain running throughout the beam. The Superior Sandblasted faux wood beams are molded from a carefully sculpted real wood beam. Because each beam is molded from real wood, there are no repeat patterns within it. 1000's of customers can't be wrong, Superior faux beams are a beautiful addition to any project. The STB 15U is 6 in. wide x 6 in. high x 19 ft. 3/8 in. long. These beams are light weight and can easily be installed with just 2 people. Our Superior Faux beams can be used outdoors. We recommend purchasing unfinished beams and painting or staining them in an exterior grade product. Don't see the size you want - Contact Home Depot today. Superior Building Supplies has the ability to make almost any size beam you need.

  • Light weight
  • Easy to install
  • Insect resistant
  • Virtually maintenance free
  • Very realistic
  • Moisture resistant
  • Doesn't warp, crack, split, twist or turn like real wood
  • Made from polyurethane

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6 in. x 6 in. x 19 ft. 3/8 in. Unfinished Faux Wood Beam
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How can a ceiling fan be mounted to a faux beam?

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You will need to use a ceiling fan extension downrod. The fan should not be mounted directly to the ceiling beam. All of the weight should be supported by the downrod. When inserting the rod through the beam, make the whole a little larger than the rod to allow for a small amount of movement.
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