Eurocell has extended its standard colour range of PVC-U profiles, to meet demand from homeowners seeking more choice when specifying windows.
In addition to popular shades, such as Rosewood, Cream and Anthracite Grey, Eurocell’s collection now offers fashionable finishes like Cream White and Anteak. Made-to-order colours include a taupe shade, Windsor, and several greys: Balmoral, Buckingham and Kensington.
Eurocell’s comprehensive colour selection is showcased in its Grow With Colours brochure, which pictures selected Eurocell products in the new colour-ways.
Examples include Modus in the company’s new Agate Grey offering, and its Eurologik 70mm Chamfered profile in Anthracite Grey Smooth and Slate Grey Smooth. The brochure also provides details of Irish Oak, the latest addition to Eurocell’s Dales Collection of composite doors.
Grow With Colours is available in hardcopy from any of the company’s UK branches. Alternatively, it can be downloaded from its website
Eurocell’s Made to Order range offers approximately 32 additional colour options with a lead-time of three weeks.
The team can provide colour-matching across Eurocell’s complete range of PVC-u products: this includes its collection of external cills and end caps, which can be coloured to match a wide range of window systems within the industry.
Eurocell also offers complementary ancillary products, such as decorative pieces and finishing trims in foam and rigid options.
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