Save 90% of your time

December 2, 2014

Flex-C ArchCurved soffits look beautiful but, they can sure be a pain to make. What if I told you we found a way to make a curved soffit and cut down on 90% of the labor?

Flex-C-Arch was made for building arches. However, we found that if you turn it on its side, you can use it to frame curved soffits.

You just need to do the following:

  • By hand, shape it to match a curve that you’ve drawn.
  • Use the handy Hammer-Lock feature to lock the curve into place.
  • Install it in place.
  • Last, install the gyp board.

No more messing with installing all the little vertical studs up in the air. Now you can do the fun work on the ground.

Perhaps best of all, you don’t need any special tools or training to quickly get the curve you
really want. Our Flex-C-Arch is available in a multitude of widths. On the commercial side that includes: 2 1/2″, 3 5/8″, 4″ and 6″. On the residential side the widths include: 2″x4″, 2″x6″, 2″x8″, 2″x10″ and 2″x12″.

You can also place custom orders for unusual widths, even in increments of 1/16″.

Flex-C Trac and Flex-C Angle can also be used to make curved soffits. Look for a future blog post on this topic.

Now we’d like to know, what have you specifically done with soffits? Let us know in the comments. And also feel free to contact us if you’re interested in learning more about Flex-C Arch, Flex-C Angle, Flex-C Trac or any of our other products.


Tony Cobb said -

All is well

December 4, 2014 at 3:48 pm • Reply

Jim Tooke said -

would be nice to get unbiased feed back from customers here, but they may not want to leave their name and or email.

December 7, 2014 at 12:36 am • Reply

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