NW Rooftech coloured productsLeading manufacturer NW Rooftech and its sister brand NW Alutech are capitalising on the growing trend of coloured products that have entered the mainstream in the past few years.  The company, who invested two years ago in their on-site paint spraying facility, is perfectly placed to offer a comprehensive range of colour options for both its PVC-u and aluminium product ranges.

Director of NW Rooftech and Alutech, Andy Ingman says, “Our in-house facility means we can ensure that our sprayed products have the same high quality as our standard products, as well as keep turnaround times to a minimum. We know it’s something our customers’ value and over the past twelve months we have witnessed a growth in coloured products.”

From its premises in Southport, Lancashire, NW Rooftech’s on-site paint plant offers a powder coating finish in any RAL colour for its aluminium products and a range of PVC-u paint coatings for its PVC-u products. Not only is a spray finish fantastically versatile it also means that products can be coloured on every surface for a seamless and sophisticated look.

NW Rooftech is a K2 key dealer and one of the UK’s largest K2 conservatory roof manufacturers. It manufactures the K2 PVC-u roof, the K2 Aluminium Roof and the Capella Conservatory Roof. All roofs can be fitted with glass options including Clearview, Pilkington, K2’s Celsius, opening up a wealth of options for fabricators and installers. The company also offers a range of solid roofs for those looking add a new dimension to their portfolio.

NW Alutech specialises in aluminium products, in particular bi-fold doors and sliding patios. It manufactures the Smarts range which suits a wide variety of markets and is a popular choice amongst fabricators and installers.

Andy concludes, “Coloured products are an aesthetically appealing option for homeowners , specifiers and architects. We are proud to be supplying high quality, durable finishes for both PVC-u and aluminium and are looking forward to helping our customers make the most of what colour has to offer.”