Dress Up Your Home From Rooftop to Deck
Top off your chimney with a decorative pot; faux wrought iron fences require no maintenance; a composite deck material with the look of wood.
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When it comes to this home accessory, the sky’s the limit. Chimney pots are terra-cotta pots or tubes that sit atop a chimney. They have been around since the 13th century, but they’re hot again today. They come in a variety of shapes including round, square, octagonal and rectangular. They’re open at the top and the bottom and the pot tapers as it rises. While they can help improve fireplace draft, most people today are buying chimney pots as a way to add character and curb appeal to their homes.
The Chimney Pot Shoppe
Web site: www.chimneypot.com
Faux Wrought Iron
EverIron decorative fencing brings home the beauty of regal wrought iron without the price and maintenance. EverIron Ornamental Polymer Fence is the first solid one-piece construction, black polymer fence. The fence features authentic details and is easy to install. EverIron is requires no maintenance and comes with a limited lifetime warranty.
EverIron Ornamental Polymer Fence: GeoMatrix
Web site: www.geomatrix.info
Fantastic Faux Wood Decks
The makers of Epoch EverGrain Decking say it is the only composite decking created through a unique compression molding process that produces a realistic long-lasting grain pattern. Made from a combination of plastic and wood fiber, EverGrain is available in four colors including redwood, cedar, Cape Cod gray and weathered finish. EverGrain also offers coordinating skirting and railing systems.
EverGrain Decking: Epoch Composite Products
Web site: www.evergrain.com
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