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ProBuilder Product Report: Millwork and Molding
Read on to find out more about Millwork and Molding from Azek, Outwater and more.
Trimboard introductions from Azek feature 15 profiles replicating traditional molding styles. According to the company, the demand for low-maintenance exterior building products is increasing the use of trim, including more ornate trim and elaborate moldings. The products have excellent paint adhesion and can be milled, routed, turned on a lathe or heat-formed. For FREE information, visit http://pb.ims.ca/5338-140
Made from the company's lightweight, dimensionally stable molded polymer compound that is impervious to the elements, the Orac Decor Flexible Mouldings from Architectural Products by Outwater Plastics Industries offer extremely consistent quality in highly flexible 6'6″ lengths. The moldings allow installers to easily create custom radii to accommodate the curvature of almost any radius. For FREE information, visit http://pb.ims.ca/5338-141
Art for Everyday's Modern Classic Collection includes decorative moldings, columns, corbels, rosettes and other fixtures for the kitchen and other interior spaces. The line was designed by interior architect Bijan Zamani. The company calls the collection "a combination of old world beauty and current woodcarving design trends." For FREE information, visit http://pb.ims.ca/5338-142
The Royal Decorative Mouldings line from Royal Mouldings are made of cPVC and carry a lifetime no-rot warranty. The moldings ship with the company's factory-applied Readi-Finish and can be painted with oil- or latex-based paint. The product can be installed below grade or direct to masonry. For FREE information, visit http://pb.ims.ca/5338-143