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AZEK Universal Skirt Board Trim

AZEK® One-Piece Skirt Board

Both Decorative and Protective

The perfect transition between siding and grade, this One-Piece Skirt Board is designed to eliminate purchasing and installing a separate starter strip, skirt board and flashing. In addition to its consolidated three-in-one function, the slanted top of the board helps drain water away from the structure. Help make fiber cement or wood composite siding compliant with manufacturer's written installation clearance requirements. Save installation time and cost without compromising beautiful aesthetics.

  • Crisp white semimatte finish doesn’t require paint but easily accepts paint
  • Finish options: smooth Traditional or woodgrain Frontier
  • Lifetime Limited Warranty
  • Approved for grade contact

Guaranteed against:

  • Rotting
  • Splintering
  • Splitting
  • Delaminating
  • Swelling
  • Warping
1-Piece Skirt Board Trim

Shown: Frontier

Finish Options

Sizing

Nominal Dimensions Actual Dimensions
TRADITIONAL
4/4 x 8 x 18’ ¾” x 7¼” x 18’
4/4 x 10 x 18’ ¾” x 9¼” x 18’
5/4 x 6 x 18’ 1” 5½” x 18’
5/4 x 8 x 18’ 1" x 7¼” x 18’
5/4 x 10 x 18’ 1" x 9¼”" x 18’
FRONTIER
4/4 x 8 x 18’ ¾” x 7¼” x 18’
4/4 x 10 x 18’ ¾” x 9¼” x 18’
5/4 x 6 x 18’ 1” 5½” x 18’
5/4 x 8 x 18’ 1" x 7¼” x 18’
5/4 x 10 x 18’ 1" x 9¼”" x 18’

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to paint AZEK® Trim?

No. AZEK® Trim products do not require paint for protection, but may be painted to achieve a custom color or to cover nail holes that have been filled. If you choose to paint, use 100% acrylic latex paint with an LRV of 55 or higher.

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Does AZEK® Trim come in colors?

No, AZEK® Trim products are manufactured in a matte white finish only, but can be painted to achieve a custom color. Please refer to the painting section in our Trim Installation Guidelines.

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What can I use to clean AZEK® Trim?

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

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