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Common Uses for FRP, Done Better by PVC Panels

Tuesday, November 23, 2021

Today, a new generation of building materials – PVC-based products like Trusscore Wall&CeilingBoard – is outclassing FRP, delivering more upside and better value. We explore five use cases that would benefit from deploying PVC panels instead of FRP.

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Superior Drywall Alternatives for Your Garage Walls

Tuesday, November 16, 2021

Drywall serves as the most common garage wall finish, although not always the best solution. Improve your garage walls with these drywall alternatives.

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Top 5 Reasons to Use PVC Paneling Instead of FRP in a Commercial Kitchen

Tuesday, November 09, 2021

Tired of moisture issues from FRP panels in your commercial kitchen or restaurant? Learn about the top 5 reasons to use PVC paneling instead of FRP in a commercial kitchen.

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Versatile Design for High-Traffic Spaces

Thursday, November 04, 2021

When designing for high traffic areas things like durability and cleanability should be considered. Learn how wall coverings can improve design in high traffic areas.

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  • Top Five Winter Garage Cleanup Tips

    Tuesday, October 26, 2021

    With these 5 tips, you can clean out your garage fast and keep it organized. Follow these winter cleaning tips to organize your garage from your bikes to your tools.

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  • When food grade FRP just isn’t good enough

    Tuesday, October 19, 2021

    Considering FRP for a food processing facility? Learn why PVC wall and ceiling panels is an improved food grade FRP for commercial food processing applications.


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  • Prevent Drywall Water Damage By Replacing With PVC Panels

    Tuesday, September 28, 2021

    Drywall comes with limitations – and prime among them, it performs poorly when it gets wet. Once it gets wet, the drywall must be removed. It makes sense to replace moisture damaged drywall with a product that’s “durable by design,” one that performs as well in the wet as it does in the dry – particularly with extreme, wet, weather events on the increase.

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