Cladding & Sheeting

From concept to completion

Freefoam Building Products says Brexit has pushed the Government into new and uncharted territory, causing economic and political instability, and that until Article 50 is triggered, the housebuilding sector may stay in a state of limbo.

On the other hand a record half a million homes in England now have planning permission granted, so for many housebuilders it believes it’s business as usual. Freefoam says it is committed to providing help and support with a package of specification and supply to ensure projects run smoothly from concept to completion.

Freefoam manufactures and supplies “the ultimate” fit and forget low maintenance PVC-U & PVC-UE product range. From fascia and soffit guaranteed to last for 50 years and rainwater systems designed to give leak-free performance to low-maintenance, long lasting external embossed ‘New England’ style cladding, Freefoam products offer life-long benefits and peace of mind for housebuilders and clients alike.

With a CAD Library, technical accreditation and compliance certification, Freefoam provides products that are ‘specification ready’ – designed and tested to meet exacting standards every time.

Fast and accurate scheduling ensures costs are kept in check and projects run smoothly. Freefoam offers a scheduling service that provides an exact breakdown of all products including trims and fixings.

Freefoam products are supplied through a network of expert independent stockists throughout the UK who specialise in the supply of PVC building products giving nationwide access at a local level to the complete Freefoam range. Delivery direct to site and scheduled stock ‘call offs’ can be arranged to help manage supply.

Freefoam also provides the support of a team dedicated to housebuilders’ needs. Expert advice on product choice and suitability, interpretation of designs to give creative and practical options, quick and accurate schedules and support from ‘New Build’ specialists throughout the process.

www.freefoam.com

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