FauxPanels.com® on HGTV’s Curb Appeal

 


Check out our fauxpanels® on HGTV's Curb Appeal.

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Host Bill Duggan: (View of home) "The exterior sure could use a shot of style. Up next, it looks like brick, it feels like brick."

John Rambeau, Homeowner: (Looking at panels) "Wow! Could have fooled me."

Host Bill Duggan: (Delivery of Panels) "Then, the faux brick panels arrive for the alcove. These polyurathane panels will go up along the walls of the new alcove and will then be painted the same color as the house for a seamless texture of painted brick inside and out."

Steve Barron:(At installation) "They're very light weight. They're easy to work with. They install real simply and once they're up they're up. You never have to worry about them again."

Leeann Rambeau, Homeowner: "It looks really good."

Host Bill Duggan: "And the outdoor alcove is really starting to take shape. The faux brick panels are interlocking pieces that fit together with construction adhesive and some screws. To cover the whole wall with the faux brick panels, it's costing Leeann and John about $2400."

Host Dan Schachner: "The alcove is really starting to look like a place you can hang out in."

John Rambeau: "Yeah! I wasn't really sure about the faux brick initially. Until you walk up and push on it you can't even tell it's not real brick."

Host Dan Schachner: "Right. The faux brick paneling in the alcove goes the same color as the house for a totally seamless look of materials."

(Hosts Dan Schachner, Bill Duggans and John & Leeann Rambeau playing darts against the new faux brick wall)

Host Dan Schachner: "Ah, not so good."

John Rambeau: "Good thing we got that faux brick."

Leeann Rambeau: "Absolutely."

Host Dan Schachner: "Maybe we should make the whole thing a dartboard. Then we'll really get lucky. With skills like these, you'll need it.. Two out of three?"

Host Dan Schachner: "Maybe we should make the whole thing a dartboard. Then we'll really get lucky. With skills like these, you'll need it.. Two out of three?"