Versatex Offers New Peel 'n Neat Protective Packaging To Preserve Investment in PVC Trimboards from Factory Floor through Installation

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Peel ‘n Neat solves the problem of keeping valuable surfaces pristine at every stage—in handling, after pallets are broken for sale, and while installers do their work.

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Rick Kapres, sales V.P at Versatex Building Products, LLC, states, “Peel ‘n Neat solves the problem of keeping these valuable surfaces pristine at every stage—in handling, after pallets are broken for sale, and while installers do their work."

Versatex Building Products, LLC is introducing a new packaging option designed to keep PVC trimboards clean during transport, storage and installation. Called Peel ‘n Neat, it’s a tough, clear film that can be factory-applied to 5/8", 4/4" and 5/4" boards, 4" through 16" wide, in 18' lengths.

“Peel ‘n Neat solves the problem of keeping these valuable surfaces pristine at every stage—in handling, after pallets are broken for sale, and while installers do their work. After trying it out under real-life conditions, we’re making it available to all of our contractors, distributors and lumberyard operators,” states Rick Kapres, V.P. at Versatex.

He added that stocking dealers and contractors already show strong interest in the removable protective layer, which augments standard slipsheets, corner protectors, wrapping and banding at a small additional charge. The film strips away easily, leaves no residue behind, and can be ordered for both S4S and Timber Ridge Versatex boards.

Contractors, distributors and lumberyard operators can order Peel ‘n Neat, or learn more about it, from their regional Versatex Building Products representatives, or from Mr. Kapres at 724-857-1111l

About Versatex
Weather-resistant, long-lasting VERSATEX trim materials and systems are manufactured by Versatex Building Products, LLC, of Pittsburgh, where state-of-the-art facilities produce cellular PVC extrusion products such as VERSATEX trimboards, sheet, T&G, moldings, prefabricated corners, and one-piece column wraps; the innovative VERSATEX soffit system; dimensionally compatible VERSATEX Max nominal 2-by boards; and the Canvas Series, which pairs the beauty of wood with the durability of PVC. Details are posted at http://www.versatex.com.

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