Carlton Castle Rock Entrance Pillars - Wide

  • $576.41 each column
  • Model: CP-CR-CLCWD-ST
  • Color: Summer Tan
  • Production Time: Approx. 2 to 3 weeks
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Specifications of Carlton Castle Rock Summer Tan Wide Column:

  • Model: CP-CR-CLCWD-ST
  • Line: Carlton
  • Style: Castle Rock
  • Color: Summer Tan
  • Type: Wide Column
  • Production Time: Approx. 2 to 3 weeks
  • Material: Polyurethane
  • Overall Dimensions: 19" Wide (each side) × 50" High
  • Inside Dimensions: 13 ¾" Wide (each side)
  • Weight: Approx. 50 lbs each column
  • Exterior Use: Weather Proof, near zero UV degradation
  • Interior Use: Highly Durable
  • Ships From: Midwest Region

    Castle Rock driveway entrance pillars are an easy and extremely affordable way to give your property an impressive facelift that will last throughout the years. Nearly any architectural style is complemented by the ageless appeal they present. In addition to driveways, they can be used for decorating your entranceway, as gate posts on your deck, to accent gardens or hang your business sign. There are many possibilities!

    Crafted from molds made of real rock, these simulated rock pillars share the same look and feel as the real thing. No one will think they are synthetic. The high-density polyurethane they are made of endows them with a remarkable durability, which keeps them from cracking, peeling, or fading in any climate condition. What’s more, polyurethane also defends interior wood supports from pests that threaten wood, like termites and carpenter ants.

    Noticeably light and manageable, these pillars can be installed by anyone. Hiring a mason to perform the job is something you won’t have to worry about. Just use the DIY installation instructions we include with your shipment, and you’ll be finished with your design in a few hours!

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