Opt for a sturdy kiln dried oak fascia to compliment your contemporary room…
Our kiln dried oak fascia beams are an ideal solution for those who want a very modern square design with no cracks. Our kiln dried fascia beams are 14cm x 6.5cm (5.5″ x 2.5″). Manufactured from 2 pieces of oak laminated together.
When oak is kiln dried, the timber has a lower moisture content so there is less chance of any movement once installed.
Each beam comes with concealed keyhole fixings machined into the back of the beam making it ready to install. Simply hang the beam from two protruding screws in your wall. Fitting to decorated and plastered walls is no issue! Please note: The back of the beam is left unfinished.
For a more traditional fireplace beam that will add character to your home, see our other options.
Each beam we manufacturer goes through our vigorous finishing process we’ve developed over many years! Our kiln dried beams will be finished in your choice of stain before we apply a coat of wax.
The kiln dried fascia beam is ideal for creating the appearance of a solid built in lintel.
What you need to know
- We work to a tolerance of +/-5mm.
- Kiln dried to ensure less chance of movement.
- All fascia beams come with heavy duty keyhole fixings & fitting instructions.
- We have a track record of excellence! Don’t take our word for it, see what our past customers say!
Important: Please be aware as oak is a natural product, each piece does vary with regards to: knots, colour and grain pattern. We work to a tolerance of +/- 5mm. Some beams may have small areas of pin holing, we will treat these beams with anti infestation solution. Due to the handmade nature of this product dispatch time may increase during busy periods. If you’re working to a tight deadline please feel free to get in touch with us prior to ordering.
If for some reason you’d like to return your beam just post it back to us within 14 days of delivery to receive a refund in full.
Oak Beams are a combustible material. It is important the the beam is positioned a safe distance away from stoves, flues and other heat sources in line with building and HETAS regulations. Installing a beam to close to a heat source may cause excessive cracking and be unsafe.