Versatex. The company's Free-Foam cellular PVC trim board is now offered in a reversible board featuring Timber Ridge Texture on one side, designed to blend with fiber-cement siding. The boards are available in sizes ranging from a nominal 4- to 16-inch width, available in 5/8-, 1-, and 5/4-inch nominal thickness. 724.266.7928. www.versatex.com.
WindsorOne.S4SSE boards are smooth on all four sides and can be used in a variety of trim applications, including casing, window stools and aprons, pilasters, and headers. The engineered wood board is end- and edge-glued, with glue joints stronger than the wood itself, the maker says. The boards are double-primed with an acrylic latex primer. 888.229.7900. www.windsorone.com.
Dixie-Pacific. The QuickRail system provides thicker walls and greater stiffness and rigidity with less weight and is ideal for harsh weather conditions, says the maker. The UV-protected rails require little maintenance and come in two colors: Vibrant White (shown) and Desert Tan. 256.442.4513. www.dixie-pacific.com.
Azek. Three profiles, Brick Mould, Crown Mould, and Drip Cap, have been added to the company's product line. The cellular PVC trim is ready to install and doesn't require painting, although it can be if desired. The products are milled in the same way as traditional high-end wood millwork, according to the maker. 800.275.2935. www.azek.com.