Frequently Asked Questions
What sets Prestige Products apart from the rest? The focus we put on providing innovative, long lasting, quality products that are as unique as your home. Prestige Products are made from Versatex Cellular PVC that has been manufactured in the most state-of-the-art facility in the industry and provide the best durability when facing the exterior elements. Prestige is what we aim to provide when our products have the honour of decorating the exterior of your homes.
Extruded polyvinyl chloride material used in window and door components and trim. Unlike rigid (or hollow) vinyl, it features a foam or cell-structure inside. It can often be nailed, sawn and fabricated like wood.
Extruded polyvinyl chloride material used inaPrestige Products are made from VERSATEX materials, the highest quality of PVC. VERSATEX is created from a cellular PVC it is moisture and insect resistant, yet features the real look and woodworking characteristics a fine builder/craftsman desires. VERSATEX is an ideal product for highly moisture sensitive areas. Most of the problems associated with wood products are eliminated using VERSATEX materials. No more warping, cupping or splitting, just a product with high aesthetic value for years to come.en be nailed, sawn and fabricated like wood.
If the PVC gets dirty, you can use several different methods to clean the material such as Bleach, Clorox, Outdoor Bleach Cleaner, denatured alcohol, or Acetone. You can use a nylon bush to get tough stains or dirt out of cells. Use a piece of 320 grit sandpaper for open cells and seal with Acetone after for a clean finish. If you are cleaning a painted PVC product only use a light based soap with water and dry promptly after.
No, but you absolutely can. When Painting PVC be sure to clean the product of all dirt, grease, chalk, and peeling or loose paint to be sure that the surface is clean of all debris. Paint can take up to 30 days to fully cure and can vary due to humidity and the outside temperature. Be sure to always read follow the paint manufacturer’s preparation and application policies. If you are painting PVC a dark color with an LRV (light reflective value) lower than 55 units, using a heat reflective paint is recommended to keep the product operating at the highest of standards. When using a heat reflective paint be sure to use Vinyl Clean* and Vinyl Prep* to prepare the material for application. Applying paint with an LRV greater than 55 units over an existing dark colour paint is not recommended, and the paint should be removed before application.