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Eva-Last Pacific Pearl Composite Fascia Infinity 12mm x 150mm x 2.2m Pk 5

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The Infinity Fascia Board is designed to edge the Infinity Deck Board and complete your project. It is extremely low maintenance and does not require any staining or sealing. The surface will not expand and contract and its low heat absorption means the surface moderates its temperature. High UV stability also means it will not fade. Supplied with a 25 year guarantee when used with HULK screws and fittings.
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Product details
  • Length: 2.2 m
  • Thickness: 12 mm
  • Width: 150 mm
  • Material: Bamboo plastic composite
  • Colour: Grey
  • Finish: Timber grain effect
  • Pack Quantity: 5
  • Years Guaranteed: 25
  • Certifications Met: FSC®
  • Type: Fascia Boards
  • Brand Name: Eva-Last
Features & benefits
  • Requires no upkeep. You'll save time, energy & money as there is no need to stain, seal or sand
  • The Pacific Pearl colour provides a depth of colour that mimics the weathered look of natural timbers with exceptional depth of colour and tonal variation.
  • Fits to the edge of your composite deck to conceal the cut ends and provide a neat finish or enables the co-ordination of gates, screens and fences for the ultimate finishing touch.
  • Ultra-low maintenance; only requires occasional effortless cleaning
  • UV, fade & stain resistant
  • Mould & moisture resistant
  • Environmentally friendly - free from toxic chemicals & preservatives
  • Barefoot-friendly; slip & splinter resistant
  • Scratch resistant
  • 25 Year guarantee when used with HULK screws and fixings
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