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Versatex boosts custom ordering

The cupola at Marting Hall is a Versatex project.

Versatex Trimboard, a producer of cellular PVC products for architectural exteriors, has launched a made-to-order service called Versatexural.

The service breaks ground, according to Versatex, by allowing builders and contractors to order custom-milled and fabricated cellular PVC trim components directly from the manufacturer. 

“By performing precision millwork and fabrication in-house, we can help you control cost, scheduling and quality,” Versatex VP sales Rick Kapres said. “This is an industry first. Now there’s a convenient, one-stop source for the unique PVC profiles or fabricated shapes that more and more of our customers need.”

Versatexural saves steps for contractors and builders who need to turn standard materials into tailor-made designs. It will be available through many Versatex distributors and stocking dealers. 

“Because we’re experts when it comes to our product, we can add value for builders by sharing our specialized knowledge, long experience and dedication to quality.” He called the range of Versatexural applications “unlimited,” citing one-of-a-kind mouldings, gingerbread, corbels, ornaments, railings, brackets, water tables, window surrounds, louvers and shutters, as well as projects like trellises, pergolas and spires, as examples.  

“Our work on the historic restoration of the massive, ornate Marting Hall cupola at Baldwin Wallace University is a good example of the craftsmanship we’re talking about,” Kapres said. 

Versatex trim materials and systems are manufactured by Wolfpac Technologies of Pittsburgh. <!--[if gte mso 10]>-->


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