Freefoam Launches Skirting And Door Surround

by | Jun 6, 2023 | Accessories

Freefoam has announced the addition of a new  PVC-U skirting and door surround to its Internal Building Products range. This, says the company, follows extensive market research and increasing customer demand.  The high quality ogee shape product offers Freefoam stockists and installers the ideal solution for a low maintenance, and easily finished installation for any home improvement project.

Both available in white, the skirting is 16mm thick and door surround 18mm thick  with a solid PVC core and skin; both products are tough, durable and long lasting, says Freefoam and are designed to withstand the knocks and bumps of everyday use in home or office situations. Practical and cost effective these two products offer installers the ultimate fit and go option with no time consuming and expensive secondary visits required to finish the job off.

Launched only recently, Freefoam says they have already had very positive feedback from customers who are benefitting from a product that works alongside existing pvc ranges and creates additional sales opportunities.

Colin St John, commercial director, explained “We have a long history of developing and introducing products that support and enable our Customers to win business. We are focused on creating opportunities to develop additional income streams and maximise business potential for all our customers. These new internal products are the perfect example of this strategy”.

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