Phillips provides a much broader selection of the drywall corner bead such as square, splay, and finishes. Best Metal Studs Company in Columbus.
Phillips has been proudly manufacturing products in Columbus for the drywall and stucco industries since 1955. Phillips is your one-stop-shop for drywall products such as bead and trim accessories, we are the only manufacturer in the country that produces vinyl, metal, and paper bead trims under one roof. Phillips also offers a wide variety of lath and stucco accessories and has continued to expand that offering over the last several years to meet the industry's demands. We continue to offer various metal channels and interior framing to provide numerous options for our customers. In 2009 Phillips Manufacturing utilized its 50 plus years of steel roll forming to accommodate the roofing industry; after 10 years, we continued to expand our roofing lines to keep up with the growing demand.
Phillips products are manufactured by the most highly developed processes available, using in-house expertise as our most valuable resource. Our experienced technicians and engineers are engaged in a continuous analysis of our manufacturing and quality control processes to ensure maximum quality standards. Phillips has a variety of catalogs, including our full-line catalog in English and Spanish. Please click on any of the catalogs to download a PDF version. If you would like a print version mailed to you or request samples, please contact us or call 800.822.5055.
Omaha NE, 68107 USA800-822-5055
This galvanized steel product features a mini-mesh flange for plaster keying. Phillips offers this galvanized product in both 1/2? and 5/8? to suit many needs.
Phillips veneer J-Trim Casing Bead finishes edges at door and window jambs by slipping over the edge of plaster base.
Phillips products is fully expanded flanges and rigid pronounced edges that provide quality keying, superior bonding, and eliminate shadows. Install using standard industry practice.
This product is used in caged beam construction as well as in place of studs and tracks in chase walls.
RC consists of thin, hot-dipped galvanized steel. The galvanized coating is the process of dipping fabricated steel into a kettle containing zinc, reacting to form a tightly-bonded alloy that provides superior corrosion protection to steel.
RC is originally designed to avoid cracks in the drywall where the direction of framing changes in the 1960s.
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