The launch of a brand new colour roofline visualiser has been announced by Freefoam. The visualiser is an online tool to help choose the colour of fascia, soffit and guttering that is right for any new build or refurbishment project.
Users are able to simply select from a colour swatch and get an instant representation of each colour on every element with a clear image of a roofline installation. Freefoam now give users the ability to bring colour to life before your eyes with a wide range of eight solid colours and a stunning choice of eight woodgrain finishes.
The tool enables clients to experiment with any number of different colour options, something that isn’t always easy to visualise. Therefore, clients can push the boundaries and make informed decisions without any of the risk.
The aim is to make choosing colour fascia, soffit and guttering easy and risk free with the visualiser putting colour choice at the fingertips of specifiers and house builders, says Freefoam Commercial Director, Colin St John.
Freefoam recognises the increasing importance of colour for architects, specifiers and house developers. The Freefoam colour range includes 10mm & 18mm fascia boards and a range of soffit boards in a choice of styles, along with all the necessary colour matched accessories, trims and fixings.
Freefoam Building Products,
77-83 St James Mill Road,
Tel: 01604 591110
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