In response to the growing trend for heritage colours for window frames, conservatories and orangeries, Freefoam has introduced two new colours into its range of fascia and soffit boards: Woodgrain Chartwell Green and Cream.
The new colours have been added as an option for the 10mm and 18mm thick Square Edge Fascia Boards, and General Purpose Soffit Boards in widths from 175mm to 400mm.
Both boards are produced using Renolit Exofol MX foil to reduce heat absorption, temperature build up and expansion through built-in UV protection. All products come with a 10 year guarantee.
Colin St John, UK General Manager, summarised: “As colour specialists we have been monitoring the growing trend for Chartwell Green and Cream particularly for conservatories, and recognise that homeowners are moving away from white.
This new range of matching fascia and soffit boards will open up new opportunities for our customers within the glazing, window and home improvement markets”
Freefoam Building Products,
77-83 St James Mill Road,
Tel: 01604 591110
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