You have probably heard of faux brick paneling, but have you ever really educated yourself on it? Do you know that you have probably seen it countless times and not even known that it was faux? In your mind, it was probably a nicely accented brick wall that took hours and many dollars to complete. That is the beauty of faux brick paneling.
There are so many benefits to using faux brick paneling. First and foremost: the cost. All of the faux brick panels from Faux Direct are extremely affordable. Just because they are affordable does not mean they are not of good quality. They are made from a high quality polyurethane foam, which in the end looks and feels completely real. Because they are made from this synthetic material, however, is the reason we are able to keep our prices so low. Would you rather pay hundreds to thousands on authentic brick or have the same exact look for a fraction of the cost? Yeah, that’s what we thought.
Faux brick paneling is also extremely durable. Polyurethane, by nature, is a closed cell material. This means it is impervious to moisture, which makes the panels resistant to mold, mildew, and rot. Because moisture cannot penetrate the surface, they can be easily wiped down to clean. A damp rag is all that’s needed; no heavy duty brushes with harsh chemicals. Faux Direct’s faux brick paneling can also be used outdoors because they are designed to withstand all types of weather. Yes, you read that right: all types. Rain, snow, sun, wind, you name it. They are also UV resistant, so the color of the paneling will not fade on that extra hot Summer day that is sure to come. They will also not crack or chip, as authentic brick tends to do over time, which keeps them basically maintenance free.
Last but not least, faux brick paneling looks and feels so real that not even the savviest of individuals will be able to scout out the difference. The only giveaway? How lightweight they are! And because of that you can actually install them yourself. No expensive contractor with messy mortar necessary. A typical faux brick paneling project takes a handful of hours and can be completed in a single afternoon. The only requirements: a few standard tools, either caulk or glue, and willpower.
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