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Amerimax Home Products 24 in. x 50 ft. Heritage Cream and White Aluminum Trim Coil

Amerimax Home Products

24 in. x 50 ft. Heritage Cream and White Aluminum Trim Coil

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Product Overview

The professional quality Amerimax 24 in. x 50 ft. Trim Coil contains enough products for large siding and roofing projects. The Trim Coil can be used to create custom flashing, drip edges or trim around windows and doors. It is double-sided to allow for 2 color combinations. The 50 ft. rolls are preferred by contractors.

  • Made of aluminum
  • Reversible from heritage cream to white
  • Baked-on finish
  • Use to make trim with hand-brake
  • 24 in. x 50 ft. Size is the most popular and a favorite of contractors
  • Oversized product is only available to ship to your local Home Depot store, if home delivery is needed - please call your pro desk to learn about home delivery options



Product Depth (in.)
Product Height (in.)
Product Length (in.)
50 ft
Product Width (in.)


Color Family
Heritage Cream

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

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Customer Questions & Answers

Is the surface smooth, or does it have texture, like light orange-peel on walls?

Asked by: Ben
Hi Ben. Thanks for your question. The particular item you are inquiring about has a smooth finish to it.
Answered by: Amerimax Customer Care
Date published: 2016-02-05

If the flashing is bent at a sharp 90 degree angle will the paint chip off?

Asked by: Nate
Thanks for your question. You should have no problem with paint peeling if using the correct equipment to bend the trim coil.
Answered by: Amerimax Customer Care
Date published: 2017-03-23

What is the gauge .016, .019, .022, .024 ?

Asked by: TSN
Thanks for your question. This particular trim coil is .018" gauge.
Answered by: Amerimax Customer Care
Date published: 2016-06-24

How thick is the aluminum?

Asked by: Jack
It's the thickness of 6 regular pieces of copy paper pressed down. Pretty thin, but strong.
Answered by: Ben
Date published: 2016-06-21
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