Lending Support to Exterior Design with Exterior Brackets
When considering updating a home’s exterior, most folks think of painting, siding, trim or gutters. These are all fine and good, but if you’re looking for that little bit of extra pizzazz to your home’s curb appeal, you may want to consider exterior brackets.
Brackets don’t have to be structural, no matter where you see them. Often, they’re not functional at all, but are merely architectural details made to look like a part of a structure. Sometimes, these little details go completely unnoticed until someone points them out; other times, you can’t help but see the rich detail that exterior brackets add to a home.
Depending on the style and construction of your home, our exterior brackets can be installed under soffits, attached to supports beneath porch roofs, arbors, gazebos and other outdoor structures. A variety of different styles and thicknesses assures that you can find the exterior bracket that best suits your style and application. But, don’t think of them as only outdoor items; these brackets can also be painted and installed for indoor embellishment of doorways, ceilings, fireplace mantles and counters.
For example, to add a touch of rich style, our Victorian style brackets are adorned with lovely curls and swerves, with a small flower shape in the center. The Nashville and Ashton brackets have clean lines and an open construction – perfect for those who want simplicity with a hint of grace. Looking for bold, beefy lines? The Baltimore, Phoenix and Maryland brackets offer dramatic design with a strong, sturdy look—excellent for installation on to thick support posts or exposed beams. The angled lines of the Arlington, Hampton and Pittsburgh brackets give the impression of strength along with clean, bold design.
Crafted with precise tolerances, our exterior brackets are made of high-density polyurethane, which is impervious to weather, insects and the ravages of time—all which serve to steadily destroy items made of wood. They come to you ready to finish with your own paint, glaze or other appropriate material.
No matter the design of your home’s exterior, you have a choice of how to present your home to others. Subtle or bold, exterior brackets give your home
the ability to turn heads.