Fasciawise Benefit From Stockist And Manufacturer Working Together

May 19, 2022 | Videos

Freefoam has launched another new video to highlight the strong connections and the practical support they provide to roofline installers around the UK.

Stuart Columbine

Working with Nottingham based Freefoam registered installer company Fasciawise, the interview with owners Stuart Columbine and Ricky Gill, showcases a long-standing successful business specialising in all aspects of roofline replacement, including fascia, soffit and gutter installations.

Commercial director Colin St John explained: “We are strongly committed to working and supporting our independent stockist and installer network.  It’s something we are passionate about!  This latest film is a great example of how we work together with our stockists and installers on a daily basis to sustain and grow their businesses.

The strength of these relationships is demonstrated by the fact Fasciawise have been using Freefoam Products  since they started trading 17 years ago.”

Fasciawise have been trading since 2005 and cover a large area from Doncaster to Leicester, including Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.  Over that time they have established and grown their business, doubling the number of their installation teams. First set up to focus on roofline replacement, the business has gradually diversified to now include external cladding.

Ricky Gill

Stuart explained: “Homeowners like the fact that we are consistent in what we do, specializing in fascia and soffit, so we get a lot of work from referral. We also fit Freefoam cladding and have seen a big increase in Fortex cladding as people wanting to use it on ‘man caves’ and outside bars, with the colour options being especially attractive, and greys being the top favourite.”

Freefoam says that a ‘consistent and on-time supply of materials is essential for the success of any installation business.  A committed, knowledgeable stockist is a vital part of this relationship, and a dependable, experienced manufacturer is also an integral element. Fasciawise are seeing the advantages of a powerful supply chain that works together, from the reliability of Jayplas Building Supplies to the stability and consistency of Freefoam Building Products’.

Stuart commented: “We have a very good working relationship with Jaime at Jayplas and have become good friends. We have always used Freefoam products and will continue to do so.”


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