Exteriors with Tin
You may be familiar with the look of tin inside the home, but some of our more creative customers are finding awesome ways to accentuate the exterior of their home with tin tiles. Tin has long been used as a form of siding, but some of our more unique panel installations feature wainscoting that the whole neighborhood can appreciate. All our finished tin tiles are powder-coated and designed to withstand the elements and water so you don’t have to worry about them taking a beating from Mother Nature.
Add some curb appeal to your residence with tin trim windows, fences or siding today!
Tin Soffits – Perfect for the eave of a roof, tin tiles can easily be installed under the hood so to speak. Traditionally, eaves were used as functional pieces to keep the rain water from collecting on the roof, but if you want to use them primarily for aesthetic purposes, they make a beautiful accent to an often overlooked design space.
Window Trim – Used to highlight patio doors or big bay windows, metallic tiles are a great way to play up a dull exterior paint job and add visual interest to your home.
Fence Design – Using a variety of patterns, colors and custom stains, you can build a fence that is the least bit ordinary. Mix and match styles to create a shabby chic look that is intentional, uninhibited, and uniquely you.
Insets – Whether it be an accent to an exterior bar or built into a water fountain, tin tiles add a level of sophistication to all your exterior landscaping elements.
Wainscoting – Tin walls look great on an enclosed patio or as home siding, an interesting touch to offset standard brick or wood construction.
Planter’s Boxes – Looking to make your garden a focal point? Highlight beautiful overflowing flowers with a copper or rust planter’s box made out of t in. An easy DIY project, all you need is a few tiles and a wood substrate to attach them to.