Freefoam, a leading manufacturer of a wide range of innovative products for the building industry in UK, Ireland and Mainland Europe, announce the launch of two new fascia colours, Woodgrain Chartwell Green and Cream. Picking up on the growing trend for ‘heritage’ colours for window frames, conservatories and orangeries Freefoam’s addition to its roofline range offers customers the opportunity to stock a coordinating fascia and soffit range and capitalise on the home improvement market.
Following on from the successful introduction last year of window trims in Chartwell Green and Cream Freefoam has now added a 10mm and 18mm thick Square Edge Fascia Board and a General Purpose Soffit Board in a wide range of widths from 175mm to 400mm.
Manufactured to last these new products are produced using marketing leading Renolit Exofol MX foil that features built in UV protection to reduce heat absorption, temperature build up and expansion. All products come with an impressive ten year guarantee.
These additions to the range further underlines Freefoam’s position as the colour specialist. Foiled products are available in a comprehensive range including Mahogany, Rosewood, White, Black Ash, Light Oak, Irish Oak and Anthracite Grey. In addition to foiled products Freefoam manufacture an industry leading range of co-extruded fascia, soffit and trims in eight colours using its patented ColormaxTM technology. Featuring built in colourfastness, colour variety, and reliable colour matching, all with a ten year guarantee, the range offers choice to architects, specifiers, property developers and homeowners.
Colin St John, UK General Manager, summarised
“As colour specialists we have been monitoring the growing trend for Chartwell Green and Cream particularly for conservatories, and recognise that homeowners are moving away from white. With the Spring just around the corner now is the perfect time to launch this new range of matching fascia and soffit boards that will open up new opportunities for our customers within the glazing, window and home improvement markets”