CrownWall Frequently Asked Questions
I own inexpensive plastic furniture that I bought at a local home improvement center. It became off-colored after the first year in my backyard. Will CrownWall change color or turn yellow?
No. Color problems generally result from insufficient sun protectant. Acclaim Design & Profiles Inc. produces 100% of their products using the best UV protectors and impact modifiers available.
Can I paint my CrownWall panels?
Vinyl can be painted with special epoxy-based paints. However, we don't recommend it. This type of paint damages the vinyl surface in order to adhere and doing so would void your warranty.
Why isn't CrownWall offered in darker colors?
Dark colors require a reformulated vinyl with more expensive sun block additives. With the current technology, this makes the finished product cost-prohibitive. Also, our testing shows that the projected life span doesn't meet our standards. A lot of research in this area has been made so you can expect color changes to expand in the future.
How do I know if CrownWall is made from a quality vinyl?
To create a durable, outdoor-grade vinyl, it's important that essential ingredients in the precise amounts are used. Acclaim Design & Profiles Inc. produces 100% of their products using the best UV protectors and impact modifiers available. Besides the right formula, the quality of the ingredients determines its performance and longevity.
Is the vinyl in CrownWall safe? I'd like to reduce my family's exposure to chemicals.
CrownWall is non-toxic and 100% recyclable. Our products eliminate the dangerous chemicals used to preserve, treat and clean wood products.
The three most widely used wood preservatives contain highly toxic pesticides to ward off pests and rot. People and animals are at risk if these are inhaled, absorbed or ingested. These chemicals also leach into the surrounding soil, which remains contaminated for years.
If I have a fire, will my CrownWall System burn and release toxic fumes?
CrownWall is flame-resistant and self-extinguishing. Chlorine in vinyl helps stop it from burning. Extensive testing shows that vinyl is not an unusual fire hazard. Emissions when burned are similar to many common natural and synthetic materials and aren't reported excessive in real fire conditions. If the flame is continuous and hot enough, the vinyl will "melt".
Can the CrownWall system be a fire risk?
Extensive testing shows that vinyl poses no unusual health risks when burned. CrownWall is flame-resistant and self-extinguishing.
Is CrownWall environmentally safe?
Yes. CrownWall is non-toxic and 100% recyclable. Our products eliminate the dangerous chemicals used to preserve, treat and clean wood fence and decks.
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