Extruded Aluminum Trim in Atlanta, GA

Atlanta, GA


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Extruded Aluminum Trim used interior and exterior

Houston, TX

XtremeTrim® used in exterior and interior project

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Extruded Aluminum Trim in Charleston, SC

Austin, TX

Texan 26, Mark Hart Architecture

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Extruded Aluminum Trim by XtremeTrim

XtremeTrim® Reveal System

Creates modern architectural lines using extruded aluminum trims.

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Extruded Aluminum Trim in Nashville, TX

Nashville, TN

Ryman Lofts, Smith Gee Studio

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Aluminum Trim by XtremeTrim

TamlynWrap™ Drainable Housewrap

Superior Drainage - especially over "Flat Housewraps"

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XtremeTrim® (extruded aluminum trim) profiles are available to perfectly match multiple panel siding systems. XtremeTrim® has thousands of design and color options, allowing architects and users to dramatically improve their building aesthetics and create modern architectural lines. Sustainable, durable, non-combustible, lightweight, easy to use, for interior or exterior use—that’s XtremeTrim®. Available in primed (ready to paint), color match, and anodized finishes. Architects are concerned about the longevity of the products they specify. While galvanized trims are initially less expensive, they do not perform as well as aluminum in the long run. All sidings can allow water to penetrate and need a cavity/drainage system, make sure your experience is a positive one by specifying TamlynWrap® behind the siding.

Note: XtremeTrim® is not part of an EIFS system and is not designed or intended for use in an EIFS or similar system. XtremeTrim® profiles do not form a complete moisture management system, the architect and builder are responsible for designing and installing a code-compliant building envelope.

Design and construction professionals earn AIA Continuing Education learning units by reading designated articles and sponsored sections in Architectural Record, and answering test questions at the end of each course.

Important: All Architectural Record articles and presentation courses may count towards the AIA continuing education requirement. All active registered architect AIA members may complete their annually required Continuing Education Credits through Architectural Record.