Support & FAQs
Take a moment to read through our FAQs to learn a bit more about Infinity and its features.
Who is Eva-Last®?
What is Infinity?
Where is Infinity manufactured?
What are the advantages of Infinity versus traditional timber?
Infinity is comprised exclusively of recycled plastic and wood fibres and is produced using eco-friendly manufacturing processes from start to finish. Not only is Infinity mould and moisture resistant, it will not rot, splinter, warp or crack. Even with time and harsh weather conditions, Infinity’s UV resistance means colour-fade is minimal.
Is Infinity more expensive than wood?
You will however save money in the long run as there is no need for expensive stains, sealants, varnish, oils, sanding and labour. Over the lifetime of the warranty, Infinity offers amazing value that is far greater and cheaper when compared to wood.
How does the warranty work?
Eva-Last® encourages you to register your warranty online immediately upon purchase of all Infinity products, and to ensure that all Infinity installations adhere to the Infinity installation guide. Please refer to the installation guide appropriate to the product you have chosen.
Can Infinity be sanded?
Does Infinity expand and contract?
Sufficient expansion gaps must be left at butt joins as well as where the profiles meet fixed objects. Consider temperatures at time of installation for contraction/expansion purposes. The rate of expansion of the Infinity profiles is calculated at 1.5mm - 2mm per running meter.
Does Infinity get hot?
Does Infinity require cleaning?
Do you require special tools to install and cut Infinity?
- Tape measure
- Combination Square
- Steel Square
- Chalk line with chalk powder
- Spirit level
- Carpenter’s hammer
- Rubber mallet
- Mitre saw with sharpened carbide
- Tipped cutting blades
- Circular saw with sharpened carbide
- Tipped cutting blades
- Electric screw driver/electric drill and bits
- Cordless drill with clutch
What is the lifetime value of Infinity?
Why is Infinity not a structural material?
However other than the Infinity composite joist, for use on self supporting surfaces, Infinity products are not designed nor covered by the warranty for structural use. No composite material in the global market is approved to be used as structural material. It is best used with pressure treated lumber, steel or aluminium as the framework.
What colours is Infinity available in?
Does it have gaps to let water and organic matter through?
How heavy is Infinity material?
Eva-Last® is a globally recognised and trusted brand that sells and distributes a specialised co-extruded wood-composite range.