Freefoam‘s Fortex Double Shiplap PVC-U Cladding has starred in a £2 million investment package for homes on Caerphilly’s Lansbury Park.
This product was specified to improve the energy efficiency and updated the estate’s appearance, with the refurb programme being commissioned by Caerphilly County Borough Council and fitted by contractor Eon Energy.
New Business Manager at Freefoam, Carl Rutter, talked about the active role the company had throughout, from specification and supply to fitting.
Freefoam’s technical team even made a simple step by step guide for the varying property types to guarantee consistency for all fitting teams.
PVC cladding is a cost effective option, all importantly saving money and time. Freefoam’s ten year guarantee on the majority of the colour range means Caerphilly Borough Council will still see benefits of this refurbishment for long into the future.
Colin St John, Freefoam Commercial Director, spoke about how the installation of a relatively small area of cladding can make a ‘radical difference’.
“Freefoam cladding is the ideal solution for any renovation project both large and small. We are delighted to see how our products are giving long term benefits and cost effective options to help transform old housing stock into attractive fit for purpose homes.” he added.
Freefoam Building Products,
77-83 St James Mill Road,
Tel: 01604 591110
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