If you know how to cut, rout, or nail wood, you’ll know how to cut, shape, fasten, and finish Versatex® PVC using standard carpentry tools.
Meticulous attention to quality and consistency equates to Versatex PVC trim options that meet and exceed the needs of builders, architects, fabricators, and homeowners. Versatex is dedicated to cellular PVC trim and are the leaders in innovation, quality, and technical assistance. For you the end user, that translates to thickness tolerances that are half the industry norm and the continued development of revolutionary products. Versatex products are strong, durable, lightweight, and easy to install. The trim is resistant to moisture, insects and capable of below-grade installation. With VERSATEX, your possibilities are endless.
Just like wood, Versatex® is available in standard trimboard sizes but in efficient 12 and 18-foot lengths. Engineered to be reversible, with both a smooth finish and our classic rough cedar texture, Versatex® is available in an attractive low-gloss white that complements all home exteriors.
It may sound simple, but it removes a big consideration, and adds an amazing amount of design freedom.
It’s hard to believe, even though most of the installation techniques are the same as wood for PVC trim, and PVC has a long list of advantages over wood and wood-based composites, there are still lots of contractors resisting the transition.
You may be one of them. But, armed with a new understanding of the simple differences, contractors can come over to PVC trim with confidence and great success. We’re here to help clear the air, and make PVC trim believers out of you.
Okay, this is not your typical finger-jointed pine or redwood. But how would you approach the job of exterior trim on a project if moisture wasn’t a consideration?