INTEX Product Systems

INTEX Millwork Product Systems

INTEX Millwork has perfected the art of designing exterior architectural elements that combine old-world charm, and high-tech performance. We work tirelessly to engineer pieces that are aesthetically pleasing, yet durable and easy to install. Starting from CAD designs, we fine tune for manufacturing precision to ensure every piece is perfectly rendered, every time. Not only do we conduct rigorous internal tests, INTEX submits products to third party testing to assure quality and longevity. From complicated historical remodels, to beautiful new constructions, and elaborate renovations, with INTEX Millwork as your partner, you can deliver breathtaking aesthetics as well as long-term performance.


INTEX PVC millwork is not a wood product, therefore it is manufactured without impacting forest resources. 99+% of the PVC dust is recycled with other PVC scrap, leaving virtually no environmental impact. And, because our products are delivered sized to fit and ready to install, no waste is created at the job site.

AIA Accredited Courses

  • Understanding the Benefits of Cellular PVC Rails, Pergolas and GuttersThis course will offer a basic understanding of the benefits of specifying cellular PVC (Poly Vinyl Chloride) railing systems, pergolas and gutters for residential construction projects. Railing systems in residential construction and remodeling have long been considered both decorative and functional however options have been historically limited to architects. Traditional railing materials like natural lumber, vinyl, and composite materials have been the standard choices available for years, but these materials pose several challenges in aesthetics, durability, affordability, and limited design options. Today railing systems can be created using cellular PVC which offers many advantages over traditional railing.
  • Hand Rail Code Requirements & Design Considerations This course will provide the Architect with the details of railing system code requirements and testing to ensure they meet IRC and IBC Building Code. Integrating design elements based on materials and span limits into the structure architecture.

Online AIA Accredited Course

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