Fastenator Hidden Fastener System Reduces Installation Time and Improves Aesthetics
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Correct Building Products, the manufacturer of CorrectDeck composite decking and railing systems, offers the Fastenator Hidden Fastener System, which dramatically reduces installation time for its Channeled Profile decking system and improves aesthetics by eliminating nail or screw holes.
The Fastenator is made from the strongest grade of UV-resistant polypropylene, making it able to withstand a wide range of temperature changes and eliminating problems like nail-popping and board buckling. This composite decking fastening system also provides more consistent gapping and greater stability through its patented wedge-in locking action. The precise height of the Fastenator was designed to provide board-to-board connection, which gives this hidden fastener better holding power and aesthetics.
In addition, Fastenator are installed from above, meaning the system can be used when there is minimal ground clearance beneath the deck. They are installed in tandem with CorrectDeck’s edge-grooved boards, also known as the Channeled Profile. Visit http://www.correctdeck.com/products/decking/channeled_install.htm to view step-by-step instructions or the installation video.
CorrectDeck developed the Fastenator in partnership with EB-TY Hidden Deck Fastening Systems, North Branch, N.J., a manufacturer of fastening systems for composites, wood and Ipé decking. Correct Building Products LLC, headquartered in Biddeford, Maine, is the first and most experienced manufacturer of polypropylene-based composite decking products.
Correct Building Products leads the industry with technical innovation in areas of design, formulation and automation. The company’s CorrectDeck CX with Microban antimicrobial product protection is the first composite decking to combine antimicrobial protection that resists mold and mildew with stain and fade resistance. More information is available at www.correctdeck.com.
Web Site: http://www.correctdeck.com
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