Freefoam Building Products have launched a new video to illustrate how PVC roofline products work seamlessly as part of a wider home improvement offering.
Dales Fabrications is now an Approved Applicator of Syntha Pulvin architectural polyester powder coatings (PPC).
Kestrel regional sales director John Gunn found the fairway with a charity golf day, raising £7,500 for the ‘My Name’s Doddie Foundation’.
The Royal Albert Hall is distinctive for its unique circular architecture and Victorian styling, and it now features Alumasc Apex Heritage Cast Iron products.
Alumasc Derbigum Olivine roofing absorbs and neutralises CO2 on contact, as it falls in rainwater, technology seen at Nottingham Trent University.
Despite reports some business owners have ‘battened down the hatches’, held off on investment and are riding out the storm, it is not the case at Freefoam!
More ambitious roofing and general builders merchants are now seeing the potential and benefits of stocking Freefoam fascia, soffit and gutter alongside their existing ranges.
Lowestoft-based housebuilder, Badger Building, has used Freefoam’s fascias, soffits, rainwater goods and drainpipes across its range of homes.
Fascia and cladding brand Kestrel is investing in staff, tools and a refurbishment programme at its Scunthorpe factory.
With statistics often quoted about the amount of waste sent to landfill, businesses are looking to reduce waste and operate more efficiently; Freefoam can help.