Texture Plus Announces New Faux Ledger Designs

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Texture Plus, maker of extraordinary realistic building panels, introduces new coordinated faux finishing ledgers. This new product line compliments their bamboo, brick, stone and wood panels and provides professional finishing options for builders and designers.

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Our customers needed a perfect match to finish our realistic siding panels with a professional look

Texture Plus®, the maker of extraordinarily realistic, high impact textured panels, introduces a new product line of Ledgers designed specifically to coordinate with their simulated stone, brick, and wood faux panels.

"Our customers needed a perfect match to finish our realistic siding panels with a professional look," said owner, Paul Kampe. "In response, we've developed new Texture Plus® Ledgers, which perfectly coordinate with our custom siding so that even a novice can complete their job."

Ledgers are now available in nine finishes including, dark cherry, natural gray, light tan, and other popular faux designs. Customers can easily view ledgers and purchase them online at the secure Texture Plus website. Ledgers and panels are perfect for indoor and outdoor use and are used by commercial designers, builders, as well as the do-it-yourself consumer.

Texture Plus® is a high-density molded polymer product that replaces many traditional building materials at a fraction of the cost, weight, and installation time. Highly durable Texture Plus® panels come in over 95 extraordinarily realistic-looking designs, including stone, brick, exotic wood, and more. Choose from standard panels or try interlocking for an even more seamless faux look.

View new ledgers at TexturePlus or contact Texture Plus® at 800.863.8468 for more information.

Based and manufactured in the USA, Texture Plus® leads the industry in creating high-impact panels with extraordinarily realistic dimensional textured surfaces appropriate for indoor or outdoor use. TexturePlus.com

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