Two new colourways have been added to Swish Building Products’ extensive range of cellular PVC facia and soffit products.
The foil wrapped cream and white colourways have been designed to co-ordinate with similar PVC door and window components used in housing new-build and refurbishment projects.
The new shades will be produced in many of the traditional board sizes and profiles in its roofline range, in addition to the usual joints and corner units required to complete an installation.
Widely used as a replacement for timber boarding for its superior durability, Swish cellular PVC requires no maintenance and therefore suits the exposed and inaccessible location at the eaves.
According to Swish, when installed correctly it will likely last the lifetime of the dwelling.
Swish Building Products,
Pioneer House, Mariner,
Lichfield Road Industrial Estate,
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