Roofline brand Kestrel has launched its new product overview brochure, featuring its widest ever range of Anthracite Grey fascias, soffits, window and roofline trims.
One of its most popular colours, Anthracite Grey gives properties a contemporary aesthetic. Kestrel now offer 14 new fascia and two extra soft sizes in Anthracite Grey, as well as an even wider range of trims.
Shane Torn, technical services supervisor for Kestrel, explained: “Times are changing and grey is definitely here to stay. We’ve found that customers, particularly in the new build market, are demanding the Anthracite colour as it gives a modern look to properties.”
The product overview brochure has also been revamped to make it easier for customers to quickly find the building products and sizes they need from its 880-strong range.
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