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A series of video instructions are available online from Flex-Ability Concepts



   Author: Kate Gawlik
Location: Oklahoma City, OK


Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. May 13, 2015: A series of video instructions are available online from Flex-Ability Concepts, and the latest is about how to use Flex-C Arch to create a curved wall top. The idea for this video came from an email asking if Flex-Ability Concepts has a product that can add a curve in elevation view to a straight wall. In the video, Frank Wheeler, an owner of Flex-Ability Concepts, answers "yes" and explains how.

"A customer was looking to add a design detail in a shower wall. He wanted the curve at the top of the wall to kind of look like a ski slope," Wheeler notes. "This look can easily be created with Flex-C Arch.

Flex-C Arch is manufactured of 20-gauge galvanized steel. Residential widths include 2''x4'', 2''x6'', 2''x8'', 2''x10'' and 2''x12''. Commercial widths are 2 1/2", 3 5/8" and 6. For commercial and residential applications, the available length is 8', and the minimum radius is 9".

The product locks in shape with the Hammer-Lock tabs or by inserting screws. It attaches to metal or wood studs, and wall covering can be screwed directly to the product. "Flex-C Arch comes straight, and is easily curved by hand," Wheeler says. "It is the perfect product to make a curved top to a straight wall."

This video and others are available at www.flexabilityconcepts.com/video. The products from Flex-Ability Concepts are user-friendly materials that add architectural detail to any building type. With instructions from these videos, installers can get assembly tips and designers can learn new application ideas. Check them out today!

For more information about Flex-Ability Concepts and its products for commercial and residential applications, call 866-443-3539 or visit www.flexabilityconcepts.com.

Flex-Ability Concepts pioneered the development of flexible framing products. The patented Flex-C Trac can be curved by hand on the jobsite and has become the brand by which all others are measured. Flex-Ability Concepts has continued to add new sizes and gauges to its Flex-C Trac product offering. Other products include Flex-C Angle; Flex-C Arch; Flex-C Header; Quick Qurve Plate; and Three Legged Dog, a complete line of deflection clips.


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