Freefoam stock Hedgehog gutter brush

Date: 19 January 2012
Source: Freefoam Building Products
Freefoam are pleased to announce it now stocks the amazing award winning Hedgehog gutter brush. Designed to keep gutters and drains clear of leaves, twigs and sticks and manufactured using a stainless steel wire core and polypropylene bristles the Hedgehog gutter brush provides a long lasting solution to gutter and drain blockages.

Easy to fit, the Hedgehog gutter brush automatically adapts to the shape of any gutter and is guaranteed for 10 years. With an impressive track record and industry awards including 1st prize at the Brico & Habitat show in Paris for the most innovative product, silver award for Product of the Year 2010 and best new product at the Totally DIY Show the Hedgehog gutter brush is an opportunity for all plastic building material stockists to maximise market potential.

Hedgehog gutter brush is the perfect complement to the Freefoam rainwater system giving homeowners extra reassurance that gutter products will stay free of debris reducing the risk of expensive problems caused by blockages. Likewise it gives roofline installers, builders and roofers the opportunity to develop a new revenue stream. Richard Jackson, National Sales Manager, reported “We are delighted to offer the Hedgehog gutter brush. As part of our strategy for the coming year we want to increase sales opportunities for our customers and this truly innovative product is ideal to sell alongside our existing roofline and rainwater systems.”

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