Celuform boosts range with 300 new products

Celuform boosts range with 300 new products

Celuform kick-starts 2012 with 300 new products added to its range.

Celuform, manufacturer of PVC-U/PVC-UE roofline, windowline and cladding, is kick-starting 2012 by adding 300 new products to its range.

The launch will see Celuform widen its range of wood grain products to include white, grey and cream.

Sales and marketing director Simon Reynolds said: “This is the biggest launch of new Celuform products in a number of years. As a company, we always listen to our customers and these new products aim to give architects and builders greater choice, but with the same quality they have come to expect.”

The new products will include additional items for the company’s popular Vanquish range.

Celuform has built a reputation for offering competitively priced, top quality products with outstanding technical support. It has helped the brand become the specifier’s choice, enjoying established partnerships with leading house builders and registered social landlords in the UK.

Its key product, Celutex, is a lightweight, shiplap embossed PVC-UE cladding board which successfully imitates timber with authentic wood grain features. Celutex can be used and installed using traditional wood installation skills, practices and tools.

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Celuform's PVC products are primarily used as roof trims (fascia, soffit and bargeboard), claddings and internal trims. The company offers a comprehensive range of boards as well as corners, joints, trims and fixings, providing a complete system from...
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