Weather and insect proof Greenwood valance boards from National PVC
It is a common sight in many a home that the valance boards have perished within five years or so after construction, making it very unsightly. Despite the cheap variety of timber ‘gini sapu,’ which is generally used for valance boards, it is an expense to replace them using scaffolding.
However, these do not last long when exposed to the elements, that’s why in most new looking houses, the valance boards covering the edges of rafters have perished and look ugly.
Central Industries PLC, the manufacturers of well-known National PVC, and Krypton electrical switches and accessories and sole agents for Hitachi power tools in Sri Lanka, has introduced a solution to this perennial problem. They have introduced a ready-to-install weatherproof valance board, which does not require further finishes. This can be sawn, drilled, planed or carved like any other timber.
As the name suggests, this innovation not only helps save the environment to some extent, certainly takes off the burden of having to constantly maintain the boards which are an integral element to complete the total roofing system of houses and such buildings.