- Class A Fire Rating
- Lightweight Design
- Rot Resistant
- Highly Durable
- Made In The Great U.S.A
- Fiberglass Capital, Shaft and Base
WorthingtonCast™ fiberglass columns will add style and personality to any home. These fiberglass porch columns, additionally known as cast columns, are our preferred and best-selling architectural columns. Worthington’s fiberglass columns are available in many alternative choices. We provide square and round fiberglass columns, in conjunction with offering many alternative heights and diameters. Our cast fiberglass columns are also offered with fluted or plain shafts.
Worthington Millwork’s fiberglass columns represent the highest quality materials and construction in the industry. After 30 years in the business, we take pride in providing the best quality fiberglass columns at the best prices. When it comes to architectural columns and millwork, we are the leaders and are dedicated to providing superior products and service.
Square fiberglass columns offer an alternative to the more traditional round columns. Our plain square fiberglass columns are made from specially formulated glass-reinforced polymers with an attractive capital and base molding. Our square fiberglass column is both lightweight and strong, resulting in a column that is easy to handle, water-resistant and impervious to moisture-related problems.
Square Non-Tapered fiberglass columns offer an alternative to the more traditional round columns. Our plain square fiberglass columns are made from specially formulated glass-reinforced polymers with a one-piece shaft and applied astragal with an attractive capital and base molding. Worthington’s square fiberglass column is both lightweight and strong, resulting in a column that is easy to handle, water resistant and impervious to moisture-related problems.
Our WORTHINGTON Stone™, WORTHINGTON Cast™, WORTHINGTON FRP™, Aluminum as well as our wide array of wood columns, are all load bearing as long as they are not split.
The columns ship with a qualified freight carrier company. They are crated and placed on a pallet.
Yes. If the column is non-tapered, you may trim to any specific height. Each column must be trimmed from the bottom of the shaft.
To reassemble a split Worthington Column, a polyurethane construction adhesive should be used. This product can be found at any hardware or construction-supply provider. For our wood columns, any waterproof wood glue should be used.
Split columns are used for visual purposes only (aluminum is the exception). Once the column is cut vertically, it is no longer load-bearing.
Depending on your application, there are several ways to hold a column in place when used for decoration purposes only. One of the most common ways to hold a column in place is to use standard L brackets on the bottom and top of the column’s shaft. The Tuscan Base and Capital hide this method of installation. If being assembled around a wooden post, a common way to secure the column is by using wood shims. The shims should fit snugly between the column shaft and the post for proper stability.
It depends. If you are using one of our WORTHINGTON Cast™, WORTHINGTON FRP™ or paint grade wood columns, then an oil-based or acrylic latex paint must be used. Our WORTHINGTON Stone™ and Aluminum Columns come in a pre-finished material that, unless installation touch ups are needed, does not require painting.
For all of our Columns, the capital and base do not add any height unless a decorative capital is used. For all of our wood columns, the capital and base do add height. These heights can be adjusted per your request.