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Spring into the new Freefoam Catalogue

  • 3 Apr 2019

Freefoam have announced the Spring edition of their Product Catalogue, which features an updated look and new products.

The guide provides customers and users with the complete guide to the full range of Freefoam products, including PVC-U and PVC-UE fascia, soffit, rainwater systems, exterior cladding, interior panelling and flooring.

With more than 2000 product items, a clear and concise catalogue is essential for Freefoam stockists to promote the range.

This A5 compact format is ideal for building professionals, roofline fitters and roofers to keep a copy handy whilst on the go, with all the product information they need.

The Spring version features a more contemporary cover, featuring the popular Anthracite Grey fascia and a stronger focus throughout on the colour roofline range.

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Freefoam has long been recognised as the colour specialist, both for roofline and PVC-UE cladding. A major feature of the catalogue is the inclusion of all colours for each product, allowing users to clearly see the extensive range of options available.

A handy fold out sheet also shows high resolution images of each colour, allowing colour matching to other products, such as windows and doors.

Additions to the Spring catalogue include the new ‘Klicker’ Flooring range and pages, to highlight handy online tools such as Freefoam’s colour roofline visualiser and cladding calculator.

Installers also benefit from the inclusion of fitting instructions for the roofline and cladding ranges.

Whilst print formats are still widely used by the building trade, more users are turning to online formats. The Spring Product Catalogue is available via Freefoam’s website, along with the full range of product brochures and technical data.

Louise Sanderson, Freefoam Marketing Manager, commented: “Spring is a busy time in the home improvement and building sector. We want to capitalise on this activity with the launch of our new Product Catalogue.

“It is our most important brochure as it showcases our complete range. Used extensively by suppliers and fitters we have designed it to be super easy to use and gives customers all the information they need, including products, sizes, colour options and product codes all in one place.”

Contact:

Freefoam Building Products,
77-83 St James Mill Road,
Northampton,
NN5 5JP
United Kingdom

Tel: 01604 591110

Visit the Freefoam website

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