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Freefoam introduces New Product to Fortex Cladding Range

16 Aug 10 Freefoam, has introduced a new product to its range of Fortex, textured wood effect cladding systems.

The new Weatherboard cladding product has a flat appearance when installed, has the same attractive textured wood effect as the other products in the Fortex range and comes in a range of 5 beautiful colours including white, colonial blue, storm grey, argyl brown and sand.

The Fortex® range includes exterior cladding systems available in single and double plank format. Each format has an attractive textured wood effect and comes in a range of standard and bespoke colours. The double plank product makes installation even easier and quicker than normal. Fortex requires little maintenance once installed which is a major benefit for the owners of residential and mobile homes. Finally, Fortex comes with significant environmental credentials with the Building Research Establishment’s (BRE) ‘Green Guide To Specification’ giving PVC cladding an A+ rating when installed with standard components. 

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Aidan Harte, Managing Director, Freefoam, comments: “we’re delighted to add the new Weatherboard cladding product to the Fortex® range of textured wood effect cladding systems. The new product gives customers and homeowners additional choice when it comes to selecting a style and colour that suits their home or project. Fortex has proven to be very popular in the UK, Ireland and France in particular. The quality, quick installation and low maintenance features of the product are important selling points. In addition, the attractive textured wood effect and range of colours to choose from add significantly to the attractiveness of the product. We’re delighted with the popularity of the product to date and confident that sales will continue to increase as awareness of this innovative product continues to grow throughout Europe.” 

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