The end wall guard is two corner guards connected by rub rail cut to the requested width that wraps around an end wall in order to protect from damage as well as provide a clean, unified aesthetic.
What if I need to order a length other than the options displayed?
If you need to order a custom length please contact Customer Service for more information. Custom length items may be subject to minimum orders and are non-returnable.
What is the difference between the standard color palette and the other color palettes?
For all vinyl products there are 10 standard colors available. These 10 colors represent the most common and most readily available color options. Polycarbonate products are only available in clear and the 10 polycarbonate colors. All vinyl colors in palettes B, C, D, and Wildwood are considered specialty colors and are made-to-order.
What's the difference between polycarbonate and vinyl materials?
The polycarbonate material has a smooth, glossy finish, and the vinyl material is textured with more of a matte finish.
Dry fit vinyl backing piece to the exposed portion of the end wall. Cut or trim as required. Apply adhesive to the wall area, place the vinyl backing piece to the wall, firmly press against the vinyl back piece with the palm of the hand. Work the palms of the hand over the entire area in order to remove any air bubbles and to ensure proper adhesion.
Place bottom end cap on each of the aluminum retainers. Then fit the retainers and end cap to the corner, ensure that each retainer is properly aligned with the corner.
Using the factory provided self-drilling, self-tapping screws, attach the retainers to wall, making sure that the screws go through the metal backing stud. Start at the bottom of the retainer and place in the screws accordingly in the factory pre-drilled screw slots.
Place the vinyl covers to the retainers, inserting top end caps in order to mark the proper height of the end cap. Attach the top end cap to the retainers and the wall using factory provided screws. Please note that both the retainer and end cap have elongated screw holes that will allow for adjustment of the end cap to ensure a proper fit with the vinyl cover.
Cut or trim the vinyl covers to size (if required). Place the vinyl cover over one side of the retainer, then using the palm of your hand snap the retainer into position over the other side of the retainer.