Kestrel adds more colour to its soffit and fascia ranges

  • 28 Oct 2022

Leading UPVC fascia and cladding manufacturer Kestrel has built in more black and grey skin options to its product range, in direct response to customer demand.

The new colours, which include black and RAL 7016 Anthracite Grey skins, join the plain soffit, square fascia and cover joint ranges.


Owen Thorogood, Kestrel sales and marketing director, says: “There is no question that grey and black products are in more demand than ever by builders, specifiers, homeowners, and installers. 

“At Kestrel, we work hard to meet the requests of our customers and so we are constantly looking at how our range of colours and products can best meet their needs.”


Kestrel frequently reviews its range of finishes to help specifiers, installers and distributors meet the changing needs of the market.

It already has a wide range of products available in black and grey, with RAL 7016 Anthracite Grey being particularly popular.

Owen adds: “Anthracite Grey and black continue to show strong demand from architects, builders, installers and home-owners and as that trend builds it makes sense to offer more products in this colour.”

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