Freefoam the colour specialist

Date: 25 May 2012
Source: Freefoam Building Products
Freefoam, the roofline colour specialist, has now made two significant developments to the range with the addition of a new colour, Anthracite Grey, and the introduction of a range of colours available ‘off the shelf’ with no lead time.

Following the rise in demand for coloured windows and feedback from house developers Freefoam has now introduced Anthracite Grey to its existing range – an exact match to RAL 7016. Available from May 2012 the new colour offers the perfect solution for developers, architects and specifiers to provide a coordinated external finish to developments.

With cost savings and ‘just in time’ supply practices increasing Freefoam is now able to meet this demand head on with the supply of seven colours in the fascia and soffit range ‘off the shelf’ with NO LEAD TIME: Dark Grey, Storm Grey, Anthracite Grey, Black, Leather Brown, Pale Gold and Sable. All Freefoam self-colour products are available with an industry-unique ten year guarantee.

Colin St John, UK General Manager commented “We recognise the growing importance of colour in the roofline market and these two developments allow us to break down the barrier to sales. Our patented ColormaxTM technology and manufacturing investment enable us to easily respond to changing customer demands. Freefoam is the colour specialist and fast becoming the preferred option for house builders and architects. These developments show our confidence and commitment to the range”.

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