Freefoam, leading manufacturers of products for the building industry, have launched a brand new colour visualiser.
This online tool to help choose colour options for the Geopanel internal panelling range will allow people to visualise how the colour and pattern of an internal panel appears full size, which is a vital part of the decision making process.
Freefoam’s Geopanel visualiser does exactly that; an image of a bathroom means users can simply select from any panel size and colour option and superimpose into the room setting to give an instant representation of the finished look.
With an extensive range of more than 30 different colours in the Geopanel range, the visualiser offers the ability to experiment with any number of different colour options and bring colour to life in a bathroom environment.
Fundamentally, Geopanel customers can now truly push the boundaries of design and creativity, with the capability of making an informed decision, with none of the risk.
Geopanel decorative panels offer substantial benefits to the home improvement and building industry; time is money and Geopanel saves on both.
Its quick and easy fit, with no drying time and grouting necessary, so work can usually be finished in just one day.
Internal panelling offers Freefoam stockists a new marketing opportunity, focusing on care homes, housing associations, hotels, student accommodation, guest houses, leisure facilities and homeowners, all of whom can experience incredible benefits from its quick and easy installation and low maintenance credentials.
Colin St John, Freefoam Commercial Director, commented: “We’ve seen our internal panelling become an important part of our product portfolio.
“With such a wide range of designs and colour options available we wanted to simplify the buying process by giving our customers a tool to help them sell. This clever online visualiser helps suppliers and fitters make an informed choice.”
Freefoam Building Products,
77-83 St James Mill Road,
Tel: 01604 591110
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