British West Indies Style Millwork Innovations from Hardie Boys, Inc., Will ‘Stoke Your Imagination’ at IBS, Exterior-trim Manufacturer Says

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Hardie Boys, Inc., manufacturer of premium residential exterior components, will exhibit for the first time at the NAHB International Builders' Show (IBS) in Orlando, Fla., Jan. 10-12, Booth#S2847

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Lionel Guzman, vice president of Hardie Boys, stated, “Come see us at IBS and we’ll open your mind to a whole new realm of options in millwork. You’ll see things you’ve never thought about, or things you’ve thought about but didn’t know how to execute."

It’s about sharing transformative ideas with the design and construction communities,” says Lionel Guzman, vice president of Hardie Boys, Inc.

Explaining why the manufacturer of premium residential exterior components will exhibit for the first time at the NAHB International Builders' Show (IBS) in Orlando, Fla., Jan. 10 – 12, he adds, “Come see us at IBS and we’ll open your mind to a whole new realm of options in millwork. You’ll see things you’ve never thought about, or things you’ve thought about but didn’t know how to execute."

For 20 years of expanding the possibilities of millwork for the South Florida climate, the Hardie Boys organization designs, manufactures and installs high-quality columns, louvers, brackets, corbels, railings, soffit systems and other trim elements. Everything they manufacture is engineered for the demands of upscale coastal living. “From southeast Florida to the Keys and Grand Cayman Island,” Mr. Guzman says, “top architects and builders have kept coming back to us for three reasons:

  • Superior Design
  • Outstanding Craftsmanship
  • The Most Durable Materials

“On the design side, we’re deeply immersed in the British West Indies style and regional variants like Dutch West Indies, Coastal, Florida Vernacular and Key West. That means our stock components are faithful to historic models. And the custom designs we fabricate are a seamless blend of originality and authenticity, as well as creativity.

“Hardie Boys craftsmanship,” he said, “reflects decades of millwork experience, continuous innovation and intimate understanding of traditional and modern fabrication techniques. Add to that our patented process for producing radiused profiles, and our high-performance bonding system, and you get unbeatable fit-and-finish along with amazingly short turnaround times, ready for shipping to builders.

“Finally, no material stands up to coastal conditions better than advanced cellular PVC from our go-to supplier, Versatex, LLC, in Pittsburgh. Versatex gives us much more flexibility in design and scale than conventional building products like wood, aluminum or foam. And it’s the most durable, climate-resistant, maintenance-free material of its kind.

“Free exchange of creative concepts and practical information has always spelled success for our clients and ourselves,” Mr. Guzman says. “We intend to build on that practice at IBS.”
Installation demonstrations will be ongoing at the Hardie Boys 20’ x 30’ booth. They intend to demonstrate the ease of installation working with their standard stock product line that is showcased in their catalog. Both principals, Lionel and Dave Guzman, as well as their professional team, will be available to discuss their expertise, the standard product line and custom design applications. The booth will feature videos and photography showing Hardie Boys products in use on both new construction and remodeling projects. See the Hardie Boys at Booth #S2847 in the South Hall Orange County Convention Center.

About Hardie Boys, Inc.
Established in 1997, Hardie Boys, Inc., of Pompano Beach, is south Florida's premier manufacturer of exterior architectural millwork for high-end residential construction. In addition to offering an extensive catalog of stock products and profiles, the Hardie Boys team excels at meeting custom design specifications. Full company, product and service details are posted at http://www.hardieboysinc.com.

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