We offer a variety of finishes for our trims and transitions. Not all finishes are available for each size and style. Please refer to each style matrix to determine availability. Photos are a representation of each color; actual finish may vary.
What is the difference between a Mill and Anodized Finish?
Anodizing is an electro-chemical process used to promote the growth of aluminum oxide, which is then color dyed and sealed. This process gives the aluminum a decorative appealing finish, which also significantly reduces the corrosion of aluminum alloy. Non-anodized aluminum, also known as “Mill” finish, when exposed to room temperature (oxygen) will begin the natural corrosion process, which produces an aluminum oxide on the surface. Mill finish is more susceptible to scratches.
Displays & Sample Boards
Sample boards and rings are a great way to help your customer select the proper color and profile. Commercial item rings and inventory display racks are also available. Please contact your sales representative for details.