Foiled product range extended to include fascia and soffit

  • 6 Aug 2015

As the new additions to Swish’s Foiled Gale Grey range, fascia and soffit will join an existing portfolio cladding, architraves and window trims.

The Foiled Gale Grey range has been developed to compliment contemporary woodgrain grey foiled UPVC windows.

Swish Gale Grey features a foil finish that matches Anthracite Grey (RAL number 7016, Renolit 7016 05-116700).

Also available in the Swish foiled range are Irish Oak, Mahogany, Rosewood, Light Oak, Cream, White and Black.

All foiled products are available with a 10 year product guarantee.


Swish Building Products,
Pioneer House, Mariner,
Lichfield Road Industrial Estate,
B79 7TF

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