Moulding Application Cheat Sheet:
Crown: Decorative moulding installed between frieze boards and soffit
Shingle Mould: Decorative moulding installed on the fascia just below the roofing shingles. Often times referred to as Rake Mould.
Drip Cap: Moulding installed over windows and doors, typically on top of brick mould
Brick Mould: Moulding installed around windows, historically bumps up to a brick exterior
Rams Crown: Moulding installed over windows and doors, typically on top of S4S trim
Sill Nose: Moulding installed at the exterior base of windows
Features and Benefits:
-100% cellular PVC
-Moisture and termite proof
-Mold and mildew resistant
-Lifetime Never Rot Warranty
-Superior nailing and gluing
-Time and labor saving
2592 4-5/8" Crown:
S4S Stock with 4-5/8" Crown and 2-3/4" Crown:
2149 16' Garage Thermostop:
6D or 8D galvanized nails, or pneumatic nailer with stainless steel heads
Fasten nails 12" O.C., approximately 3/4" from the edge
Temperature variations will cause PVC to expand or contract, so it's recommended to glue all joints and miters using a high quality instant glue or PVC cement.
Royal PVC does not require painting for protection, but it can be painted with 100% acrylic latex paint to achieve custom colors. A second coat may be needed to achieve desired colors. Dark colors are not recommended with PVC, so be sure to check what's allowed before painting.
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