Driveway Reflectors Gallery

As Seen on Home and Garden Networks HGTV's Curb

Appeal Show - Episode #2004

The Birth of Sturdy... Decorative Driveway Reflectors

One dark evening while driving from Winston Salem to Linville North Carolina we started counting reflectors. Most were red, some were blue, many crooked and bent. The first to see one would yell, "REFLECTOR." About 10 miles or 134.7 reflectors later a light bulb came on. During this time we had never seen a decent looking, decorative, functional reflector. ...started brainstorming and came up with some great designs. On a trip to Washington D.C. we ventured to the U.S. Patent and Copyright offices and locked in our ideas. The world now has a decorative yet functional reflector to mark driveways, ditches, culverts and homes. I did a lot of R&D to find the most reflective tape, plastic reflectors and establish optimum stability. You can now provide your customers with the very best reflector on the market. Enjoy the sales rush! You will always find your way home with our stylish reflectors. In 2012 we have added our newest product Finial Mailbox and Post Finial Reflectors, Scroll to bottom to see. See side bar to left for specific designs.
Decorative and Functional Uses Perfect house warming gift Distinguishes your house or driveway from the neighbors 6" stake keeps reflector stable Not an eyesore during the day Creates a great first impression for visitors Keeps cars out of drainage ditches and on driveway Defines driveway borders Dimensions: 39" H x 4" W at base of ground spike Weight 6 lb. Key Benefits Superior reflection intensity Wide Reflective angle Stays straight in ground Crossbar keeps stake straight 1/2" steel lasts a lifetime Easy installation
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