Freefoam has announced the launch of a photographic competition, designed to celebrate and acknowledge the vision and ambition of its installers and homeowners.
2020 was a transformative year – when homeowners took stock of their surroundings and chose to use their time, and money, to make improvements to their home. And with many working at home, space has never been more important.
Freefoam’s competition sets out to find the best transformations using Freefoam fascia, soffit or cladding. There is a huge variety of projects nationwide, from using Fortex cladding to replace old tired wall coverings, installing smart new grey fascia to replace standard white PVC and refurbishing old summer houses to create warm and comfortable home offices – the list is endless!
Freefoam want to see how homes have been transformed, with before and after photos to illustrate the dramatic changes.
This simple idea aims to showcase peoples aspirations and ideas for their homes, and how working together with the company’s installers can create tremendous transformations.
Freefoam will be promoting details on social media, and be offering a prize each month, ranging from vouchers for Screwfix and Tool Station, to money off Freefoam products.
Freefoam believes 2021 will be the year of the Transformation, and it wants to share how vision, ambition and aspiration can come together.
Freefoam Building Products,
77-83 St James Mill Road,
Tel: 01604 591110
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