Has anyone used Azek sheeting for exterior signage
Use it anywhere you would use pvc. They are using it for decking and replacement for the spruce boards on Tudor style houses here. Solid color throughout. Don't even have to paint the brown or white. But it ain't cheap.John, thank you. I have a customer that wants to sell me 74 sheets of Azek PVC I need to go in today and look at it. I was told it is either 1/2" or either 3/4" smooth on one side wood grain textured on the other side.
Is this stable enough to use for exterior routed signs?
Is it structurally stable enough to build furniture from?
How hard could it be glued wood grain to wood grain or would I be better off to surface off the woodgrain then glue it together?
Don't you need to prime it first?
As for Duna board it is great but it will break. You should use an aluminum or wood backer on one sided signs or sandwiched in between 2 pieces of duna for 2 sided signs.
One thing to be aware of with cellular PVC products. They don't maintain great dimensional stability with temperature changes. On a deck surface, I've had it cup and split, although advertising says that won't happen. I've also had it stay down fine on other decks with no problems. I've mitered ends where a deck veranda made a 90 degree change in direction. The 45s can be tight at one temperature and have a 1/2 inch gap at another. Pretty frustrating. For sign work, none of this may be a problem. I don't know. I've never tried using it for signs.Yes the price is incredible. Storage is my concern right now unless I can find someone wanting some to buy I may just take a third or half. I could save someone about 1/2 off of buying it in a store. Yes 4'x8' sheets. If anyone is interested in buying any let me know