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Why Homebuilders Should Stop Painting Angle Irons

With VS without Angle Armour

With hundreds of moving parts on a job site, builders need to simplify their process and reduce worries, both for them and the homeowners.

Painting angle irons requires prep work, painters on ladders or scaffolds, and with all that work, there's still a good chance they'll have rust issues down the line. Besides, there's an alternative that looks better even from day one.

The alternative that's becoming more popular, are angle iron covers. Covers such as those from Angle Armour, are made from PVC and will never rust.

They're easily installed by the masonry contractors by simply cutting and sliding them onto the angle irons.

It completely eliminates the need to paint the angle irons and is available in 8 different colours to perfectly match any home.

Our Homebuilder's Guide:

Using Angle Armour vs
Painting Angle Irons

Guide for home builders

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Differentiate your build quality with Angle Armour

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Permanent Angle Iron Cover That You Can Flash

  • Sleek, square edge design compliments the brick

  • Permanent finish that's easy to install

  • 5x faster than painting angle irons

  • Solid colour throughout

 

Worry-Free Permanent Finish for Homebuilders

Made from PVC, our covers are highly durable and a great alternative to painting angle irons.

Angle armour installed on an angle iron

Prevents Rusted Angle Irons 

Install Angle Armour once when installing the angle irons and eliminate the risks and costs of painters on ladders and future rust.

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Can Be Flashed

Our patented angle iron cover channels water away and prevents any trapped water on the top surface of the angle iron.

Angle Armour installed on an angle iron on a home

Our Homebuilder's Guide:

Using Angle Armour vs
Painting Angle Irons

Guide for home builders

Get Started for Free

Fill out the below to receive your guide

You're all set!

Easily Installed In Minutes

Step 1

Cut Angle Armour to desired length, and slide onto angle iron

Step 2

Once on angle iron, simply apply standard flashing as usual
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