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AZEK® Cladding

SUPERIOR MATERIALS DELIVER PREMIUM PERFORMANCE

AZEK Cladding delivers the full aesthetic experience of wood without the laborious, costly, and constant upkeep required with traditional lumber. Our one-of-a-kind capped polymer boards achieve a realistic wood look that lasts—that’s why we back them with industry-leading warranties for both commercial and residential buildings. AZEK® Capped Polymer Cladding offers a wide range of color options, multiple board widths and offers both tongue-and-groove (closed-joint) and square shoulder boards (open-joint). With AZEK Cladding, you lock in exclusive application options for your uniquely beautiful design.

OPEN-JOINT CLADDING

AZEK square shoulder boards installed with small gaps (open-joints) between each board creates a cladding rainscreen. The open-joints between the cladding elements create a strong, linear design pattern while also functionally providing air flow to promote ventilation. Click here to view the AZEK Open-Joint Cladding product offering and installation guide.

CLOSED-JOINT CLADDING

Install AZEK tongue-and-groove cladding boards that interlock together with ease as another cladding design option. The closed-joint finished look has a more subtle linear design with a smoother finish compared to the larger gaps of the open-joint aesthetic. Click here to view the AZEK Closed-Joint Cladding product offering and installation guide.

AZEK Cladding

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Square Shoulder Board
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Tonque-And Groove Board
Residential Warranties
Commercial Warranties

Frequently Asked Questions

What types of fasteners can I use with AZEK® Moulding?

You will want to use the same fasteners you would use for installing wood trim and siding. They should be stainless steel or hot dipped galvanized and long enough to penetrate the substrate a minimum of 1-1/2”. For best results, use fasteners designed for wood trim and wood siding.

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How do I clean my AZEK® Moulding?

Depending on degree of cleaning needed, power wash or hose loose dirt off of the moulding. If using a power washer, be sure to test the pressure setting and nozzle first to ensure that the surface of the moulding will not be damaged. Other cleaning methods include using a soft cloth and a mixture of mild detergent.

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