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Plastic Lumber Furring Strips

Plastic Lumber is often used in applications where high moisture creates and enviroment that quickly destroys natural fiber products.  Furring strips are used on basement walls, under decks and boardwalks as a type of sleeper and in a plethora of similar applications where a nailing strip or a simply a raised surface is needed.

  • Synthetic nailing strips beneath boardwalks & decks
  • Along basement brick, block and poured concrete walls
  • Exterior of homes beneath siding
  • Remodeling old homes & structures where a simple waterproof furring is needed as a spacer to accomplish a raised floor.

Historically the use of wood furring strips has been the primary material of choice.  However sourcing a large volume of consistent profiles often becomes a challenge for a low-cost application.

Posted in Commercial, composite, furring strips.

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