Perma-Deck innovation decking
Roland Boulanger & Cie ltee only distributes Re-Plast Perma-Deck decking products. For more information on Urbain Design furniture, please visit http://www.produitsreplast.com/.
No. We do not recommend painting or staining Perma-Deck decking products.
To prevent oxidation and to give the product its original colour back, we recommend cleaning it annually with a pressure washer of 1,500 lbs or less.
Yes. Like other materials, Perma-Deck decking boards can get warm after a long period of exposure to the sun. The darker the colour, the more heat it absorbs.
The wood-textured finish of the Perma-Deck Innovation boards allows a certain grip without being nonslip. However, like treated wood, Perma-Deck boards can lose grip when wet.
Square planks can be used as a fascia to hide the deck structure. Matching colour plugs are available to hide screws for a more aesthetic finish.
To measure the area to be covered in square feet, use the following ratio: 2 linear feet = 1 square foot.
The boards are sold individually in different lengths. To calculate the required quantities, the same ratio applies. For example, a board of 12 linear feet equals 6 square feet.
To make an angled cut (45 degrees) on Perma-Deck decking boards, we recommend using a circular saw with only a few teeth.
No, it is not recommended to glue Perma-Deck decking boards. We recommend leaving a space to allow water to drain and avoid ponding.
No, the Perma-Deck selection does not include components for ramps. However, there are several complementary products to our patio boards.
Perma-Deck deckings are finishing products. They are recommended exclusively for floors.
No, we don’t recommend making butt joints with Perma-Deck decking boards, except for double-groove models up to 24 feet.
Warwick collection exterior siding
All siding profiles can be installed vertically except the bevel and cove profiles. The board and batten profile is specially made for vertical installations. Note that the vertical installation procedure has some differences from the horizontal.
Yes, stain is available without restriction with any siding order.
You will get 1 litre of free touch-up stain for every 1,000 sq.ft. ordered. The stain is available in 1-litre containers in our stock program and in gallons in special orders. All custom colours are also available in special orders.
If you would like siding profiles or mouldings in a customized solid colour, you must fill our request form for a sample. Once you approve the sample, you can order the product from your building materials retailer.
The delivery time can vary from 1 to 5 days, depending on the day we deliver to the selected retailer.
Most of the time, crown mouldings are a combination of a quarter-round (convex) and a cove (concave). As a rule, the quarter-round section meets the ceiling, while the cove section meets the wall.
MDF stands for medium density fibreboard. It is a product made of wood fibres of medium density. Boards are made from hardwood and/or softwood residues and glue. MDF is widely used in the furniture and kitchen cabinet industries.
Yes. Only your imagination can limit how mouldings can be used. It all boils down to personal taste. Fashion-wise, the eclectic style has been gaining popularity in recent years. This trend is about mixing décor styles while aiming for one thing: visual harmony.
Wood is lighter, more stable, and easier to nail.
MDF is more affordable, which is a big plus when it comes to larger mouldings. However, if you are using thinner mouldings, any cost savings will be inconsequential. On the other hand, MDF mouldings might have a tendency to expand or contract under temperature fluctuations or changes in humidity. The joints between mouldings and between corners might also increase.
Whether you opt for wood or MDF, mouldings should be exposed to the room’s ambient temperature for 48 hours prior to installation. This will reduce the risk of expansion or contraction afterwards.
We recommend oil-based primer, although latex primer can also be used.
Embassy suspended ceiling
Yes. Here's how to make a drop ceiling in a few steps:
1. Create a wood structure surrounding the element to be covered.
2. Secure the anchors to the wood structure.
3. Glue the main crossbars together to get an inside and outside 90-degree angle.
4. Cut the panels and secondary crossbars so that they can be inserted vertically and horizontally between the main crossbars.
5. If desired, seal the joints of the main crossbars with sealant.
Installing an Embassy ceiling is considered a “weekend project.” However, actual installation time will depend on many factors:
• Your skill level
• The size of the area to cover
• Cutting constraints
• The number of people installing the ceiling*
*We recommend that at least two persons install the ceiling.
We recommend centeering your ceiling for aesthetics only. The structure will not be affected if your ceiling is off-centre.
• Table saw
• Mitre saw
• Chalk line
• Measuring tape
• Level (if needed)
• Step ladder
• 1-¼" wood screws*
*Note that screws are not included.
Just as with MDF mouldings or wall coverings, Embassy ceiling components may experience expansion and contraction if exposed to temperature and humidity* variations. We recommend avoiding the installation of an Embassy ceiling in a place where it will be in contact with water.
*See the question on humidity impacts.
The recommended humidity level is between 45 and 55%. High humidity levels can cause ceilings components to move. We recommend avoiding fitting the panels too tightly along the walls. By leaving a gap between the crossbars and the panel, there will be enough space to accommodate for variations caused by moisture content fluctuations.
Embassy ceiling products can be installed in a bathroom. This material is not completely waterproof but still has a good tolerance to moisture when installed in damp rooms such as a bathroom, basement and / or cottage.
IMPORTANT: Always leave the materials in the room in which they will be installed for 48 hours prior to installation.
Yes. Embassy ceilings meet fire code regulations for residential purposes only. Due to their Class C fire resistance rating, Embassy ceilings do not comply with fire code regulations for commercial buildings.
Embassy suspended ceilings have the same acoustic and soundproofing properties as gypsum.