AZEK

AcronymDefinition
AZEKAusbildungszentrum für Experten der Kapitalanlage (German: Swiss Training Center for Investment Professionals)
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Deck, Vintage Collection Weathered Teak and Evolutions Rail Contemporary with Cablerail by Feeney, AZEK; azek.com.
US-based residential and commercial building products manufacturer The AZEK Company has closed the acquisition of cellular PVC products manufacturer Versatex, the company said.
19 June 2018 - US-based residential and commercial building products manufacturer The AZEK Company has closed the acquisition of cellular PVC products manufacturer Versatex, the company said.
"As The AZEK Co., we are committed to engineering and manufacturing beautiful, high-quality, and low-maintenance building products to improve the spaces where our customers live, work, and play," says Jesse Singh, chief executive officer of AZEK.
Inspired by the wide selection of AZEK and TimberTech premium decking solutions, and powered by Marxent's 3D platform for products and spaces, VisualCommerce, the Deck Designer helps users create, revise and save as many interactive designs as they want before making a final purchase decision.
The colors shown here are Harvest Bronze and Walnut Grove from AZEK's XLM line.
Richardson's workshop has tools that can be used to cut and shape Azek as if it was wood.
PVC TrimWelder adhesives for cellular PVC lumber and architectural trim have been approved by AZEK, Versatex, KLEER and KOMA brands.
He was previously associated with Trex Company and Azek Building Products.
"A lot of companies including ours are looking into it," notes Ralph Bruno, president of Azek Building Products Inc.
To dress up the trim, Saduk has turned to synthetic materials such as Azek cellular PVC and Fypon polyurethane--advanced plastics that can be detailed like wood but hold paint better than wood.
We have 20 videos in production, ranging from product demonstrations from Azek, to step-by-step instructions on installing concrete countertops, to in-depth housing forecasts from the CEOs of some of the nation's biggest builders.