Distinctive Rafter Tail Designs for Different Spaces
Traditionally, rafter tail designs were created by the ends of the wood roof beams on houses. They had a distinctive look that brought a lot of charm to a home. Nowadays, while those kinds of beams are no longer necessary for many homes, many people love the look of rafter tails accenting the roofline.
Rafter tails are a fabulous way to add character and style to your home. They can be used as a subtle interior accent in your home design, as well as to create a dramatic upgrade on your home’s exterior.
In addition to our faux wood rafter tails, real wood rafter tails give your home the classic look of traditional wood roof beam construction.
The real wood rafter tails are decorative additions that can easily be installed to the framework of your roof, giving the look of actual wooden beams jutting out. All you have to do is slip them over standard beams, and then nail, screw or glue them on. Once installed, they fit naturally under the overhang of the roof.
The rafter tails come in the Unfinished color, and are primed to paint or stain so that you can match the wood of your home’s exterior. The result is the beautiful look of traditional wood roof beams. As a result, you’ll get considerable visual appeal added to your home, at a fraction of the cost.
Get double bullnose or crown rafter tails and paint them white to bring out the delicate lines of a Victorian. Add the cove or scroll style as the perfect touch to your Santa Fe dream house, bed & breakfast, farmhouse or town home.
Real wood rafter tails come in six attractive styles, and are available in thousands of custom sizes.