Freefoam makes it easy to say ‘yes’ to colour

Date: 5 September 2011
Source: Freefoam Building Products
Freefoam, the leading manufacturer of environmentally friendly and innovative roofline and rainwater products, is helping property owners and specifiers say ‘yes’ to colour.

Over the last few years there has been strong demand for colour. Developers, architects and specifiers have seen the advantages of using colour as a signature for their building projects, and homeowners, inspired by property and home improvement programmes, are increasingly choosing it as they look to give their home kerbside appeal.

Freefoam is a colour specialist and sells 10 colours as standard to help customers take advantage of the opportunities this growing market offers. Colin St John, UK General Manager, explains: “We recognised the growing importance of colour. But we wanted to break down the barrier to sales. Previously, there was a limited range of colours and woodgrains available but colour had to be ordered in large volumes with long lead times which put people off. Our patented ColormaxTM technology and manufacturing investment has changed that. We can now offer a wide variety of colours with built-in colourfastness from stock.

All our coloured products are backed by a unique 10 year guarantee that no one else offers. “As more homeowners and developers look to differentiate their properties Freefoam has made selling coloured roofline products a convenient, attractive and relatively inexpensive way to achieve that. With dramatically improved availability, more competitive pricing and a broader range of matching accessories there has never been a better time to say ‘yes’ to colour.” Freefoam’s standard colour range includes white, black, leather brown, wine red, rustic green, regal blue, pale gold, sable, storm grey and dark grey. For more information call Freefoam on 01604 591110 or visit

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