UPVC roofline manufacturer Kestrel and National Plastics deliver for social housing
A large social housing refurbishment project in Salisbury has been flying along thanks to UPVC building products manufacturer Kestrel and National Plastics.
UPVC roofline and cladding manufacturer Kestrel teamed up with the large building plastics distributor to provide fascias and soffits for the project, which involves more than 150 homes.
Keith Hart, business development manager for Kestrel for the south of England said: “We’re delighted to be the preferred manufacturer for this significant refurbishment of social housing.
“National Plastics has played a key part in ensuring that the contractor has been kept supplied throughout the first phase of this contract and we look forward to resuming this partnership during the next phase in 2016.”
The project, carried out by property services company Ian Williams, began in early 2015 and has included Kestrel’s UPVC K16 fascia boards, vented and solid soffits along with accessories.
A Dorset branch of National Plastics has acted as the distributor, delivering Kestrel’s products to the site.
Tony Hart, manager of National Plastics Christchurch said: “The Kestrel UPVC roofline products were specified for this particular project and have been a very good quality.
“It’s involved some large scale deliveries from Kestrel and they have worked with us to ensure these arrive early in the morning. In turn, this has helped us to deliver quickly to the client without the need to hold stock.”
The project has included all white UPVC roofline products on a number of different sized properties for Wiltshire Rural Housing Association.
Kestrel’s plastic roofline products are used on a number of social housing projects across the UK thanks, in part, to the brand offering an extended 35-year, non-diminishing guarantee on white products when fitted by a Kestrel registered installer.