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HOUSEBUILDERS AND DEVELOPERS ONLY NEED ONE SHADE OF GREY!

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Experienced Self Builder Mr Colin Goodwin has recently used Freefoam Anthracite Grey fascia and soffit to create a striking contemporary roofline on his new four bedroom property.  Freefoam added Anthracite Grey, Ral 7016, to its range in response to increased demand from builders and developers. The colour offers an exact match to specified window frames and doors.

Situated in an established residential area of Grimsby the property sits on a ½ acre site previously occupied by a 2 bedroom bungalow Mr Goodwin has already built three other self build properties but all were in a traditional style. He explains “We wanted a much more contemporary feel for this house. The large windows on two elevations of the property were a key feature of the exterior design. I chose a grey finish for the frames to give a modern feel but wanted to make sure that everything else matched to create a unified sleek look. I was introduced to the grey fascia and soffit through my local supplier and hadn’t realised it was available. The Freefoam Anthracite Grey in Ral 7016 was an exact match to the window frames and coordinates well with the metal rainwater system so made the perfect choice. We’re very pleased with the result.”

Freefoam is the colour specialist. Recognising the growing importance of colour for architects, specifiers, self-builders and homeowners it seized the opportunity and generated its patented ColormaxTM technology. Offered in a range of ten colours with built in colourfastness, colour variety, and reliable colour matching all with a ten year guarantee. With many colours available straight from stock with no lead time, more competitive pricing and a broader range of matching accessories  Freefoam has made colour roofline a natural alternative to white and a realistic proposition.

 

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