Freefoam announce the launch of a brand new Product Catalogue. The new version contains the complete range of Freefoam products including PVC-U and PVC-UE fascia, soffit, rainwater systems, exterior cladding, interior panelling and decking. With over 2000 product items a clear concise catalogue is essential for Freefoam stockists to promote the range and its A5 compact format is ideal for buildering professionals roofline fitters and roofers to keep a copy handy with all the product information they need.
The new catalogue features a more contemporary design with clear lifestyle imagery and some clever new features. Designed to showcase the entire Freefoam range the catalogue is divided in to product categories with specific colour coding to make finding ranges quick and easy. All fascia styles, Square Leg, Square Edge, Bullnose and Ogee have now been grouped together illustrating the range of boards available in each style. All pages also include a quick reminder of other product ranges and online services.
Freefoam has long been recognised as the colour specialist both for roofline and PVC cladding. A major feature of the new catalogue is all colours are listed for each product allowing users to clearly see the extensive range of options available to them. A handy fold out sheet also shows high resolution images of each colour allowing colour matching to other products.
Whilst print formats are still widely used by the building trade more users are turning to online formats. Freefoam have addressed this by including the new trade catalogue on its App and all product brochures can be downloaded from www.freefoam.com.
Louise Sanderson, Freefoam Marketing Manager commented
“Our product catalogue is our most important brochure as it includes our complete range. Used by suppliers and fitters it gives a detailed list of each product, with sizes, colour options and product codes. We have redesigned the catalogue focussing on customer needs making it easier to find product ranges and clearer to see product options – everything in one place!”