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brick & stone pillars

Muros Brick and Stone Pillars project an authentic colour and texture to the eye and touch. Panels are lightweight and easy-to-install making them a versatile and high quality design option. Whether it's to hide unattractive load-bearing poles or make a statement.

CLICK ON THE PANEL IMAGE BELOW to view stone and brick pillar panel specifications. A separate window in the Productspec website for your selected panel.

Contact us for more information or click here to request a pillar panel file in JPG or PDF format.

 
 
Red Brick / Multi-coloured Brick
Light Brick / White Brick
 

dimensions - brick

Each brick pillar panel has two faces/sides and is 3.1m in height
- 350mm(w) x 350mm(w) x 3,100mm(h) = 2.17m² total area

 
 
dimensions - brick
White Castilian Stone / Chipped
Earth Stone / Chipped

 

dimensions - stone

All stone pillars have two faces/sides, while two designs - Earth-coloured chipped and White castilian chipped - are also available as three-sided panels. Each stone panel is 2.8m high.

Two-sided (Earth-coloured stone and White castilian stone)
- 300mm(w) x 300mm(w) x 2,800mm(h) = 1.68m² total area

Two-sided (Earth-coloured chipped and White castilian chipped)
- 400mm(w) x 400mm(w) x 2,800mm(h) = 2.24m² total area

Three-sided (Earth-coloured chipped and White castilian chipped)
- 400mm(w) x 400mm(w) x 400m(w) x 2,800mm(h) = 3.36m² total area

 

installation

Pillar panels are screwed into place and finished using mastic (soft putty) and paint.
To affix panels a sound backing structure is requried. For example, an existing pole or pillar or purpose-built wooden or metal framework.

 

For new pillar installations a framework is prepared using our European-trained installers - or the required dimensions are provided to the project builder or shop-fitter to construct.

 

To complete a free-standing four-sided pillar two two-sided panels are used to complete the four sides. To complete a three-sided pillar adjoining a wall, three-sided panels are used if available - or two two-sided panels with one side removed prior to installation.

 

 

Other panels include walls and ceilings, stone and brick arches, wood beams, wood and stone corbels and doors and more.Or click here for an introduction and overview of Muros wall panels.