Corten Steel Advantages and Disadvantages

For many architectural and landscaping applications, Corten Steel is the perfect material. This type of steel has a unique look unlike any other material on the market. It's an attractive yet durable material that can be used for commercial and residential projects. This blog post will look closely at Corten Steel to explore its advantages and disadvantages.

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What Is Corten Steel, and What Is the Benefit of Using This Metal for Planters?

Have you ever wondered what that rusty-looking steel is, often used in planters and other architectural features? It's called Corten Steel. Maybe now you’re wondering, “What Is Corten Steel?” In short, Corten Steel was first developed in the 1930s by the United States Steel Corporation. The original purpose of the steel was to eliminate the need for painting weathered steel bridges prone to rust. The steel was designed to form a protective layer on its surface that would resist corrosion while allowing the steel underneath to oxidize and form a patina.

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7 Compelling Reasons to Use Corten Planters

You're likely already familiar with common planters if you enjoy beautiful plants and flowers or growing your own food. Fiberglass, ceramic, and terracotta are all popular planter materials, but are they really the best for your home or business? Corten Steel, on the other hand, creates a durable, versatile, and beautiful planter.

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How to Arrange Your Aesthetic Planters Like a Pro

Indoor plants can brighten up any room and add life to your décor, while outdoor plants improve your home’s curb appeal. However, knowing how to arrange them can be tricky, and you want them to look their best in aesthetic planters.

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6 Frequently Asked Questions about Owning Weathering Steel Planters

Whether you hire someone to do your landscaping or you do it yourself, there is no doubt that you want a beautiful yard and garden to complement your home. Unfortunately, the ceramic, fiberglass, and terracotta planters at big box stores look cheap and don’t hold up over time. You need a planter that makes a statement, looks and feels high-end, and lasts for years.

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