Corbels in historical architecture are often made of the same stone material as the building. Millwork on home exteriors is traditionally made of wood, but urethane materials have become very popular due to their superior ability to resist damage such as cracking, rotting, or fading. They are often cheaper to use than wood products as well. The most commonly used solid plastic material for home exteriors is high-density polyurethane. The higher density the urethane material, the greater is its strength and stability. Often plastic products require no water sealing or staining, making your home improvements that much easier.
Corbels have been used for centuries to compliment homes and buildings, in wood or stone, from elaborately molded French and Italian corbels to popular English wood corbels. Today, corbels are often used for home improvements and can be as ornate or simple as the style of the home that they compliment. They can be made to fit any home exterior color, size, and style. Corbels are often very detailed with scrolling or floral patterns, protruding far from the home exterior, or corbel designs can be very simple or recessed.
Architectural depot corbels
For all of your home improvement needs and architectural products, architectural depot will help you find what you are looking for at the best price. Choose from a wide assortment of millwork, including urethane and resin corbels that will improve the value of your home.