No. Regardless of how the installation is done, Light Trim trims remain covered by the warranty. Nevertheless, we urge you to carefully follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for the installation of your fibre cement.
Yes, you avoid the need to use sealant when using Light Trim trims.
No. Trims make it easier for the water to run off the siding. Watertightness must be ensured before installing the siding.
No. For a more esthetic finish, you can order a container of touch-up paint.
A light metal blade remains the best option. Otherwise, grinders are also suitable.
Primers have a waiting period before repainting. Paint provides more flexibility and a similar adhesion to primer.
Yes, our trims are very easy to repaint. They do not require any chemical treatments, such as anodizing.
Yes, the male section is the same colour as the female section.
See links : C224 et C994.
No They are designed to be attached without sliding
Yes. You have three options: 1. Press in the trim along the horizontal lines.ng des lignes horizontales. 2. Put a little construction glue in the indentation of the female section. 3. Use a small self-drilling soffit screw to join the two sections.
Make sure that the back section is firmly pressed in along the sides.
Each trim has a slight indentation for easy fastening.ée d’une légère indentation pour faciliter la fixation.
A fastener every 16 inches is sufficient.
By using an ET&F 510 nailer or modified truss head self-drilling screws.
By using a siding nailer and nails that are one inch long or longer.
No It is not necessary. Since fibre cement is very stable, you can press the fibre cement siding into the bottom of the trims.
We fully comply with the strict installation criteria set by fibre cement manufacturers.
Our trims are painted in compliance with the highest standards and PPG. In accordance with AAMA 2604.
The trims are made of extruded aluminum and are 100% Canadian-made.