Fortex Pro features an increased width of 333mm and thickness of 9mm creating a stronger board through improved profile design. It also offers greater coverage at 1.665sqmt per board, with a quick and easy calculation for specification purposes.
The new product uses advanced skin technology resulting in superior colourfastness and long-term weatherability.
In addition, Freefoam have added four new colours to its exterior product range; Misty Grey, Cement Grey, Slate Grey and Cappuccino, making a total of ten colour available to choose from.
The Fortex® cladding range includes a double shiplap plank format 300mm wide and a weatherboard style at 170mm wide both an embossed textured wood effect finish, and a 250mm wide board with an authentic render finish.
PVC-U cladding requires minimal maintenance once installed, beneficial for property owners, developers and public sector housing providers.
Being awarded an A rating from the Building Research Establishment’s (BRE) Green Guide To Specification’ when installed with standard components, the range also boasts significant environmental credientials.
Aidan Harte, Managing Director, Freefoam, comments: We’ve seen a surge in our Fortex cladding with sales doubling last year. Now is the right time to augment our existing range with a product specifically manufactured for the professional trade market.
A robust board with an attractive finish and impressive range of colours will give our customers a valuable addition to their portfolio of products and a real opportunity to develop new business streams.
Freefoam Building Products,
77-83 St James Mill Road,
Tel: 01604 591110
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