Qualified Remodeler Magazine

MAY 2018

Qualified Remodeler helps independent remodeling firms to survive, become more professional and more profitable by providing must-have business information, namely best business practices, new product information and timely design ideas.

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Reversible PVC exterior trim profile Restoration Millwork Exterior Trim from CERTAINTEED is a solid finish trim that resists freezing and is impervious to wood- boring insect damage while looking and feeling like top-grade lumber. The PVC exterior trim now comes in reversible panels pre-cut with the WP4 groove on one side and ¼-in. Nickel Gap on the other. Developed with TightLap design to provide a larger nailing area, this is the latest profile introduction to the INhanced Trim Line that includes fascia trimboard, hidden flanges, pre-assembled column wraps and more. Circle 23 on inquiry card Treated engineered wood stands up to harsh weather LP Smartside Trim & Fascia products provide a finishing touch that takes curb appeal to another level. Offered in a reversible trim with the look of natural cedar texture on one side and smooth finish on the other, a variety of trim widths, thicknesses and lengths up to 16 ft. are available for interior or exterior uses that includes corner boards, windows and doors. The trim features the company's SmartGuard manufacturing process for strength against harsh weather and resistance to fungal decay and termites. Circle 28 on inquiry card Trimboard in three colors, two finishes PALRAM 's Palight Foam PVC Trimboard comes in the three color options of white, sand and clay with Color2Core technology, as well as smooth/ smooth and reversible smooth/wood-grain finishes. Because it is PVC, the trimboard does not need to be painted, but if opting to do so, then paint will last longer than it would on wood because PVC does not cycle water. It is standardly protected by the EverClean Protective Film, which is thicker and has better adhesion that some other protective films. Circle 24 on inquiry card Trim component with integrated nailing flange KLEER LUMBER aims to save installation hassles while ensur- ing a clean appearance with the addition of its outside corner with integrated nailing flange. Each integrated nailing flange forms a ¾-in. pocket to conceal end-cuts, which can finish the look of vinyl siding and other panelized polymer systems. Made with expanded cellular PVC, the outside corners with integrated nailing flange come in two sizes: 3 ½ by 3 ½ in. by 20 ft. and 5 ½ by 5 ½ in. by 20 ft. Circle 26 on inquiry card Series of six window, door surrounds AZEK BUILDING PRODUCTS curates a series of window and door surrounds from the company's most popular trim and moulded products. Six designs are available: Historic Rams Head, Stateside, Double Cross Head, Historic Back-Band, Clean and Simple, and Crowned Bandit (shown). Developed to simplify the design decision, the six surround designs provide sophisticated styling in a low-main- tenance material. The surrounds are manufactured with a matte white finish and can be milled, shaped and moulded as well as heat formed for curved applications. Circle 25 on inquiry card Use trim vertically, horizontally for finished look ROYAL BUILDING PRODUCTS introduces its Conceal 6- and 8-in. Gap Shiplap (shown top right) to pair interior old-world charm with the benefits of cellular PVC for vertical and horizontal exterior and interior trim applications. It features a reversible nickel gap/V-groove design, and its shadow lines provide a ¾-in. hidden nailing flange for a finished look. Additionally, the Conceal Stone Water Table (shown below right) offers a decorative solu- tion when transitioning from stone to siding, and provides the projection required to shed water away from the stone. Circle 27 on inquiry card PRODUCTS 56 May 2018 QR QualifiedRemodeler.com Exterior Trim

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