Roofline and rainwater specialists, Swish Building Products has introduced two new colourways to its extensive range of cellular PVC fascia and soffit products.
The new colourways –foil wrapped Cream and White- have been developed in answer to increasing specification and trade demand for materials which co-ordinate with similar PVC door and window components used in housing new-build and refurbishment projects.
According to Swish, colour is becoming more popular and the two new shades will be produced in many of the traditional board sizes and profiles in their roofline range, as well as the usual joints and corner units required to complete an installation.
Cellular PVC is widely used as a replacement for timber boarding because of its superior durability and maintenance-free characteristics.
Swish cellular PVC is probably the most cost effective material for use at the roofline because it costs roughly the same as timber to install, requires no maintenance and so suits the exposed and inaccessible location at the eaves.
Most importantly, especially from the point of view of landlords in both public and private sector, when it is installed correctly it will probably last the lifetime of the dwelling.