Yes, but the Fypon manufacturer warranty is slightly different for residential or commercial uses. There is a limited lifetime warranty for residential projects and a four-year limited warranty for commercial applications. See their warranty details page for more information.
Why does Fypon use polyurethane instead of polypropylene?
A lot of manufacturers offer polypropylene millwork, but you can’t get the variety of finishes or designs with it that you can with polyurethane. Plus, polypropylene has a distinct shine to it and is much less stable in hot weather.
Do Fypon products require special tools to install?
You can use any mechanical fastener or woodworking tool on Fypon millwork you can with wood, but adhesives are important. PVC products can be attached with construction adhesive, while you’ll need a compatible adhesive for polyurethane millwork.
Do I need to acclimate Fypon products before installation?
Yes. Ideally, you should allow your piece to acclimate for ten hours before installation.
What should I use for my finish coat after installation?
You don’t need to paint Fypon’s PVC millwork products at all, but if you do you’ll need to use a paint with a light reflectance value of greater than 55%, or a low-heat absorption paint if using a dark color.
Polyurethane millwork products can be stained or painted with acrylic latex paint, exterior grade if needed. You’ll need to apply a finish coat within 90 days to satisfy the warranty conditions, however.