Three new profiles have been added to Swish Building Products‘ ever-increasingly popular Anthracite Grey [RAL 7016] range of cellular PVC roofline products.
Swish’s Anthracite Grey is a well-established colourway that is often specified by architects, housebuilders and construction specialists for roofline and cladding applications.
The new board sizes, a vented soffit profile and a pair of flat boards of 175mm and 225mm widths, have been ushered in following growing demand from designers for a material which co-ordinates with similar PVC door and window components used in housing new-build projects.
Swish believe colour in construction is growing in popularity, with the Anthracite Grey shade – RAL 7016 – being a notable style leader, especially in up-market new build and refurb, in which light coloured exterior render is featuring, in tandem with high-contrast fenestration to stunning effect.
Swish cellular PVC is commonly used as a replacement for timber boarding, due to its superior durability and maintenance-free characteristics.
Furthermore, Swish cellular PVC colours hold a ten-year guarantee.
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