- Alder Beams – Alder Box Beams With A Routed Edge
- Alder Beams – Alder Box Beams Hewn #2
- Alder Beams – Alder Box Beams Hewn #1
- Reclaimed Beams – Cedar Reclaimed #3
- Reclaimed Beams – Cedar Reclaimed #2
- Reclaimed Beams – Cedar Reclaimed #1
- Cedar Box Beams Hewn Style #1
- Cedar Box Beams Hewn Style #2
- Cedar Box Beams With A Hewn Edge
- Cedar Box Beams With A Routed Edge
Woodland Side By Side Comparison
When Woodland Beam went to do their most recent job, the homeowners needed us to match the hewn and grain of existing beams. This is a common requests for the master carpenters at Woodland Beam, and we were up to the challenge. Check out the photo below – can you tell which is the conventional existing beam and which is the Woodland Beam? See the answer below.
Spoiler: the beam on the right is the Woodland Beam! Be sure to check out more pictures of this and other recent jobs just posted on our project page.
Woodland Decorative Wood Beams Featured In Luxe Magazine
Posted on 7/10/2011
Decorative Wood Beams can be one of the most attractive features in any home. Wood beams can be the showpiece which really makes a room special. Decorative wood beams are, however, not without their problems. Wood retains moisture from when it was alive. As the moisture leaves the wood over time, the wood warps, twisting and cracking. Even small amounts of twisting can be enough to ruin the finish on the beams in a house, and will require the beams to be completely redone. In many cases the twisting is so bad that the beams need be replaced after 5 or 6 years, which is a legacy no builder wants to leave.
Enter the Box Beam. Our Box Beams are indistinguishable from conventional beams. They are made from 1 inch stock, which means there is far less moisture which will be leaving, and far less twisting down the road. We also have perfected the jointing process, so we can make out decorative box beams any size we desire, whereas solid core beams are limited by the size of the tree from which they are cut.
Builders who want to ensure their clients never have to repair their beams turn to woodland beam for their custom beam solutions. Whether it be a 40 foot 16 x 16 alder box beam, or a 6 foot reclaimed cedar box beam, our product is indistinguishable from solid timbers of the same size. You will not have to hide your joints with ugly straps, or worry about them falling apart.
Woodland Beam are custom wood box beams designed to exactly replicate and take the place of a conventional decorative wood beam, and for use in remodels where the weight of a conventional wood beam is prohibitive, but you do not want the cheap look of a faux beam.
Custom Beams At The Phoenix Home And Garden Show
Posted on 7/11/2011
The beams for Arizona Leather had a very rugged appearance, a reclaimed look.
Woodland Beam was proud to exhibit our decorative wood beams at the recent Phoenix Home and Garden Show. We were contacted by several builders and trades people who know the quality of our product, and trust our decorative box beams to give them a look far superior to any other beam.
We exhibited in many different booths, and I would like to thank all our trade partners who trusted our real wood box beams to represent their companies. If you check out the slideshow above, you will see our beams at the booth for Weber Custom Interiors, J.P. Malone,Casas Del Osos, Arizona Leatherand Scottdale Design Center.
Woodland Beam CompanyP.O. Box 473
Cave Creek, AZ 85327