Freefoam, a leading manufacturer of a wide range of innovative products for the building industry in UK, Ireland and Mainland Europe, announce the launch of another new colour to its foiled range, Chartwell Green. Due to the increasing popularity of colour window frames, conservatories and orangeries Freefoam has introduced window trims and accessories in this attractive ‘heritage’ style colour.
Manufactured to last using marketing leading Renolit Exofol MX foil that features built in UV protection to reduce heat absorption, temperature and expansion. The new colour is available in 40mm, 65mm and 90mm architrave, 15mm and 19mm quadrant window trims and cloaking fillet offering suppliers and installers the products to capitalise on opportunities in a growing market.
|ARCHITRAVES AND ANGLES||WINDOW TRIMS|
|40mm Pencil Round Architrave||28mm ‘D’ Section Window Trim|
|65mm Pencil Round Architrave||Cloaking Fillet Window Trim|
|90mm Pencil Round Architrave||15mm Quadrant Window Trim|
|19mm Quadrant Window Trim|
These additions to its range further underlines Freefoam’s position as the colour specialist. Foiled products are available in a comprehensive range including Mahogany, Rosewood, White, Black Ash, Light Oak, Irish Oak, Anthracite Grey and Cream. In addition to foiled products Freefoam manufacture an industry leading range of co-extruded fascia, soffit and trims in ten colours using its patented ColormaxTM technology. Featuring built in colourfastness, colour variety, and reliable colour matching, all with a ten year guarantee, the range offers choice to architects, specifiers, property developers and homeowners.
Colin St John, UK General Manager, summarised “As colour specialists we have been monitoring the growing trend of Chartwell Green, particularly for conservatories, and recognise that homeowners are moving away from white. With the Spring home improvement rush just around the corner now is the perfect time to launch this new range of matching window trims and accessories that will open up new opportunities within the glazing and window industry for our customers.”
For more information please visit www.freefoam.com