Carlton Medium Artificial Brick Pillars

  • $464.85 each column
  • Model: CP-BR-CLMD-BX
  • Color: Bordeaux
  • Production Time: Approx. 2 to 3 weeks
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Specifications of Carlton Brick Bordeaux Medium Column:

  • Model: CP-BR-CLMD-BX
  • Line: Carlton
  • Style: Brick
  • Color: Bordeaux
  • Type: Medium Column
  • Production Time: Approx. 2 to 3 weeks
  • Material: Polyurethane
  • Overall Dimensions: 16" Wide (each side) × 39" High
  • Inside Dimensions: 11 ¾" Wide (each side)
  • Weight: Approx. 42 lbs each column
  • Exterior Use: Weather Proof, near zero UV degradation
  • Interior Use: Highly Durable
  • Ships From: Midwest Region
    Caps and bases are sold separately. Click here to view them.

    Upgrading the look of your property’s driveway, entranceway or landscaping is easy and cost effective with these artificial brick pillars. Available in three colors, including Bold Rouge Dusted, Bordeaux and Rich Brown, they all bear an uncanny resemblance to genuine brick. Your neighbors will wonder who your mason is!

    These pillars don’t require the kind of cleaning and maintenance that real brick does. They won’t chip, crack or fade, so long-term upkeep is easier and much more economical. All you’ll need for the occasional wash is a garden hose and mild soap.

    Made of lightweight, high-density polyurethane, the pillars are a breeze to install. With the use of standard tools and by following our DIY installation guides, you'll have an impressive addition to your property in less than a day. Polyurethane is also much more resistant to harsh weather conditions, including cold, heat, humidity and sunlight. Years will go by, and they will still look great.

    Use these artificial brick pillars as gate posts, fence posts, décor for your property’s entryway and even as standalone accents. The curb appeal they create is unmistakable.

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