Kestrel skirting into a new interior market

Leading UPVC roofline manufacturer Kestrel has added black woodgrain effect to its range of ogee UPVC skirting boards.

The range, which also features ogee skirting in mahogany, Sherwood oak, rosewood and brilliant white, is available in widths of 70mm and 125mm and has already proved to be extremely popular with homeowners and property developers alike.

In addition to this, certain colours in the UPVC ogee skirting board range now come in 5.3ml for greater material optimisation.

As the pioneers of UPVC roofline products for the speculative housing market Kestrel continually works in partnership with its customers to offer one of the widest product ranges in the market place.

Marketing director Simon Reynolds said: "Our ogee range is just another example of how we are continually investing in the development of new products to give Kestrel customers the greatest choice.

“We already offer a range of colour options and now black woodgrain which works very well with slate floors and is also popular with people who have black windows or granite worktops.

“Kestrel skirting boards are easy to fit and require minimal maintenance."

As well as investment in its products, in response to the government’s Green Deal the company recently announced continuing developments to the training programme it offers to its registered installers.

They will now be able to undertake a full NVQ Apprenticeship through Kestrel’s partnership with Neil Whitfield Training (NWT).