FREEFOAM LAUNCH X-WOOD CLADDING FREEFOAM LAUNCH X-WOOD CLADDING October 26 2016

Freefoam Building Products announce the launch of X-Wood, a completely new and innovative exterior cladding that looks and handles like wood but without all the usual maintenance issues associated with timber.  X-Wood is a PVC-U cladding with subtle woodgrain finish designed to bring a refreshing new look to the exterior of any refurbishment or new build project.

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New Colours Added to the Geopanel Range New Colours Added to the Geopanel Range July 5 2016

New colours for Geopanel in Mid and Wide range.

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Freefoam Launch New Style Woodgrain Shiplap Cladding Freefoam Launch New Style Woodgrain Shiplap Cladding August 13 2015

As part of the continuing development of its cladding ranges Freefoam has now launched a new smooth style 150mm wide shiplap cladding. Available in bright white and an attractive range of traditional woodgrain shades including Mahogany, Light Oak, Rosewood and Black. Freefoam has also added a new more contemporary colour finish, Anthracite Grey, to meet the demands of a developing market.

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Refresh your Roofline with Anthracite Grey Woodgrain Refresh your Roofline with Anthracite Grey Woodgrain August 13 2015

With the increasing popularity of grey window frames and colour composite doors Freefoam, a leading manufacturer of a wide range of innovative products for the building industry in UK, Ireland and Mainland Europe, announce the addition of Anthracite Grey woodgrain to its extensive roofline range. Six widths of Fascia and eight widths of Soffit along with matching Corners, Joiners and Trims in RAL 7016 equivalent  gives specifiers, property developers and installers a comprehensive  product range with an attractive contemporary woodgrain finish.

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Freefoam launch new Double Shiplap Cladding Freefoam launch new Double Shiplap Cladding May 22 2015

Freefoam has made a valuable addition to its popular cladding range and launched Fortex Pro, a new style double shiplap board.

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