Highlighting its full range of aluminium rainwater and eaves systems, Marley Alutec is taking to the road this November for the EcoShowcase Green Building and FM roadshows. Visitors will be able to view the company’s comprehensive range of products at the Leeds event at the Royal Armouries Museum on 3 November and the Bristol event at the UEW Exhibition Centre on 17 November, as well as getting specialist advice from Marley Alutec’s friendly team of technical experts.
Marley Alutec will be showcasing its full range of products, which include rainwater systems, fascia and soffit, and roof and shower outlets. Made from marine grade aluminium, Marley Alutec’s products offer the very best in terms of durability, lasting 50 years or more. Plus, thanks to the latest fade resistant paint technology, this period is virtually maintenance free. Marley Alutec’s total eaves solutions are available in a wide variety of aesthetics to suit all styles of property – from the contemporary clean lines of the Aligator and Evoke ranges, to the versatile Evolve range and the classic looks of the Traditional and Tudor ranges, which combine the visual appeal of cast iron with the demanding performance standards expected from modern building materials.
Finally, visitors will also be able to tap into the technical expertise offered by Marley Alutec’s team, who are on hand to provide guidance and support throughout the specification process as part of the company’s full turnkey service. In addition, the team is able to provide support on specifying through BIM, as all of Marley Alutec’s products are available as intelligent, parametric, 3D Revit BIM objects. Glover, Head of Sales and Marketing at Marley Alutec, said "We thrive on getting out and about to meet our customers in person, as it means we can really get to know them and develop solutions to meet their needs. “The roadshows are a great opportunity to get a closer look at the products but most importantly, they give visitors a chance to speak to the team about any technical issues they need to overcome or any projects they might have coming up.”