Coloured fascia range extended with two new board sizes

  • 18 Mar 2015

Freefoam has created two new fascia board sizes in its popular Anthracite Grey colour

The amount of coloured roof line products sold increased by 55% in 2014, benefiting Freefoam, which manufactures coloured fascia and PVC windows and doors.

In light of this success, the company added a new 150mm fascia board and a larger 250mm version to its range.

Freefoam uses its patented ColorMax technology to create its product range of co-extruded fascia, trims and soffit.

Its products are available in a range of 10 colours, with Anthracite Grey proving to be the most popular with specifiers, homeowners and property developers.

For this reason, the company opted to manufacture its latest fascia boards in this shade.


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

Tel: 01604 591110

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