INTEX Millwork Solutions Focuses Sales for Dartmouth Deck Railing System in the North East to Rebuild from Super Storm Sandy

INTEX Millwork Solutions combined the best performing raw materials together in one rail to provide strength, durability, corrosion resistance and most importantly aesthetic appearance.

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Railing System by INTEX Millwork Solutions

Railing System by INTEX Millwork Solutions

INTEX has combined the best performing raw materials together in one rail to provide strength, durability, corrosion resistance and most importantly aesthetic appearance.

Millville, NJ (PRWEB) March 29, 2013

According to INTEX Millwork Solutions, the Dartmouth Deck Railing System is very unique because INTEX has combined the best performing raw materials together in one rail to provide strength, durability, corrosion resistance and most importantly aesthetic appearance.

The main raw material component is Cellular PVC this is the same material used to make products like AZEK trim boards. This material is superior because the wall thickness is over 3/8” thick making it much more durable than Composite Railing materials containing wood fibers which have been known to fail over time. The PVC is pre finished to remove the gloss and carries a 10-year paint warranty. The patent pending hardware system and fasteners are stainless steel and hidden internally, so there are no exposed brackets and nothing on the Deck Railing that will rust or break down over time. A 3/16” aluminum reinforcement is used in the top and bottom rails making the product very strong and again corrosion free. As a matter of fact, it is so strong that it has passed AC174 requirements for 12 foot spans commercially for all use groups and carries a CCRR certification.

Anyone with responsibility for product approval, specification, and or code compliance verification may require a CCRR evaluation report. Building officials, architects, engineers, contractors will primarily be interested. Selecting a product that does not have a CCRR or an ICC-ES can potentially increase liability in the event of a product failure. All current CCRR reports can be found on Architectural Testing’s web site. The list of reports is kept up to date there to assure that the user is accessing the most current / accurate information.

INTEX Millwork Solutions specializes in the manufacture of high quality maintenance free architectural millwork products. In addition to their standard product offering their technical capabilities make them the go to company for those difficult projects that require job specific engineering and design assistance.

To learn more about INTEX Millwork Solutions Visit them at http://www.intexmillwork.com.


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