11:00AM | 12/09/04
Member Since: 12/08/04
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can someone tell me if we can still purchase false styrofoam ceiling beams, which can be painted or stained to resemble wood and then stuck on with adhesive?

we have a high cathedral ceiling, popcorn finish, but all the verticalgyproc joints are cracking so not wanting to have to redo the whole ceiling, we are looking for a light beam alternative which could be used to camoflauge the cracks. any ideas


11:02AM | 05/11/06
Member Since: 04/09/06
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Dear vjoyandmike:

You can find a local distributor for faux beams at

A customer services representative will be happy to assist you.


06:44AM | 04/26/07
Member Since: 04/25/07
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We ordered our fake beams online at www.*****.net.

Got them within weeks.

They were so easy to put up and they look totally realistic.

Their customer service is spectacular too.

Give them a try!

Good Luck,



06:46AM | 04/26/07
Member Since: 04/25/07
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Don't know why that website did not come up right.

www. faux wood


09:03AM | 04/02/08
Member Since: 04/01/08
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Hi We purchased our faux ceiling beams from Arizona Faux Beams. They have the best customer service and great advice. we faxed them our drawings and they helped us lay the project out over the phone. Thanks AZ Faux Beams

There website is


08:51AM | 04/08/08
Member Since: 04/07/08
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I managed to get reproduction beams from Oakleaf in the UK.

(I had some old reproduction beams that needed to be replaced. I took the old ones down - which were covering pipes - inverted them and put them in the garden as a huge plant/flower pot. They look really good :-)


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