AZEK adds moulding styles to its collection
Scranton, Pa.-based AZEK Building Products introduced new architectural moulding styles for ornate, classic or historic designs.
With the addition of a group of four new creative moulding profiles, AZEK Mouldings now includes 25 distinct moulding profiles that endure weather or assist in water management. The new styles are:
• AZEK Crosshead Pediment: This profile consolidates three unique profiles in one -- a trimboard, rams crown and drip edge. Commonly used above the entranceway or garage door, this profile provides a classic and distinctive layered look. Because it's pre-formed, it saves the time and labor of cutting and installing three separate profiles.
• AZEK Cove Crown: This profile may be combined with others to create elaborate crown moulding profiles and is typically used along the intersection of a wall and ceiling.
• AZEK Eight-Inch Crown: This larger version of the popular traditional crown moulding provides a stately appearance and is most commonly used along the intersection of a wall and ceiling. Built-up profiles can be created by combining this with other mouldings for an ornate statement.
• AZEK Fluted/Reeded Casing: This reversible profile provides two moulding options in one. Reed mouldings are often used to build elaborate door and window casings, while fluted profiles are standard when building Neoclassical style-casing mouldings.