Kestrel offers greater choice with more colours on its palette
With the latest trend for coloured windows, leading UPVC building products manufacturer Kestrel has announced a new range of colour trims to match.
In addition to cream and grey, which Kestrel introduced to its K16 UPVC roofline products last year, the company have now added a new range of colours foils including Nut Brown and Chartwell Green.
As the pioneers of UPVC fascias, soffits, window-line and cladding for the speculative housing market Kestrel continually works in partnership with its customers to offer an ever increasing range of products to meet market needs.
Sales and marketing director Simon Reynolds said: “Installers can now access a range of coloured foils to match windows systems. At Kestrel we work hard to meet the demands of our installers and their clients. As the industry introduces more and more UPVC coloured windows systems it is important that the window trim manufacturers keep pace with these trends.”
The colour foils are already proving a popular choice. Richard Poole from Coral Windows, whose company selling the products said: “Colour choice would seem to be of growing importance to our customers with the advances in the quality colour reproduction fuelling this interest.
“By far the majority of people ordering are private individuals of which some 95 per cent of our business is derived from.”
Kestrel has built a reputation for continually investing in UPVC building product development and services.
As well as investment in its products, the company is driving up standards in the industry with its registered installers programme. Those enrolling are now able to undertake a full NVQ Apprenticeship.