Kestrel’s 30th catalogue showcases UPVC building products range
Kestrel has launched its 30th Product Overview catalogue, and it’s packed with more pictures of its UPVC roofline and window line products than ever.
The latest Kestrel Product Overview showcases the brand’s commitment to understanding its customers’ needs and leading market trends, by featuring a wider than ever variety of colour options and finishes.
The move comes as the roofline, cladding and window-line specialist is extending the standard colours it offers across many of its UPVC building products.
The up to date catalogue showcases the wide range of Kestrel UPVC roofline product finishes, including its three whites and PVC skinned colours, such as cream, sand, light grey, brown and black.
In addition to PVC coloured skins there are premium grains including white grain, cream grain, black grain, anthracite grey and Irish oak alongside standard wood grain finishes.
The popular textured Kavex UPVC cladding range is also now available in white, sand, cream, light grey and light blue.
“We are constantly evolving our product range and reviewing colours and finishes to meet the changing needs of our customers,” said Kestrel’s sales and marketing director Simon Reynolds.
“This year we have more options than ever so we have invested in high-quality photographs to ensure that our new catalogue includes every colour available.
“The 30th Kestrel Product Overview has a clean layout, making it easier than ever for distributors and installers to find products quickly and get the information they need about our UPVC cladding, fascia and soffit ranges to make the right selection.”
Kestrel has created a wide range of product and technical guides, all of which are available for instant download from the website.
The company’s UPVC roofline products come with guarantees from 10 years on grain products through to an extended 35-year non-diminishing guarantee on white products when fitted by a Kestrel registered installer.
To download the 30th Kestrel Product Overview go to: http://www.kbp.co.uk/en/promotional-literature