Freefoam: Concept to Completion

Freefoam reiterates “concept to completion” commitment

  • 18 Jan 2017

Freefoam Building Products has reiterated its commitment to providing help and support from “concept to completion” in the specification and supply of low maintenance PVC-U and PVC-UE products.

Freefoam’s product offering includes fascia and soffit, designed to last up to 50 years; leak free rainwater systems; and external embossed ‘New England’ style cladding. Freefoam boasts a “specification ready” product collection, complete with a CAD Library, technical accreditation and compliance certification.

In addition to its vast product range, the company’s comprehensive scheduling service provides an exact breakdown of all articles including trims and fines, whilst its network of independent stockists throughout the UK gives nationwide access to its range at a local level.

Delivery direct to site and scheduled stock ‘call offs’ can also be arranged to help manage supply.

For housebuilders, Freefoam also offers expert advice on product specification and suitability, interpretation of designs, quick and accurate schedules and support from new build specialists.

Colin St John, Freefoam Commercial Director, summarised: “As a manufacturer with over 25 years’ experience we have developed this package of support for housebuilders over time, building on our expertise and knowledge and listening to the needs of the sector. 

We pride ourselves on being there every step of the way, from concept to completion, by manufacturing and supplying long lasting ‘fit and forget’ products to UK housebuilders.”


Freefoam Building Products,
77-83 St James Mill Road,
United Kingdom

Tel: 01604 591110

Visit the Freefoam website

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